December 29, 2008
Bubbles on the Beach
I've never been to Cape Romano Florida and, unless someone forces me, I won't be going there any time soon. From the looks of it, there's pretty much nothing to do or see there except this dome house, which supposedly managed to survive hurricane Wilma without a scratch. Though it looks to me like it's slowly slipping off into the ocean.
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Keen. They remind me of either Pac-Man ghosts or Space Invader aliens, for some reason.
Posted by: ScottE | Dec 29, 2008 2:17:22 PM
Boy, do they remind me of something....except those had small extendable wooden bridges underneath the window...
...and you had to knock five times...
Posted by: lutos | Dec 30, 2008 6:23:57 AM
I guess I just don't get it. Art, ascetics, that sort of thing. I like that top picture with the driftwood in the foreground, surrounded by the sandy beach, its barren trunk/branch reaching for the ocean, perhaps dreaming that it might have been a tall ship, the blue sky with a hint of fair weather clouds. But the multi-legged monsters in the back tend to ruin it. Perhaps that is why the driftwood appears to try to be escaping into the water.
Posted by: br | Dec 30, 2008 11:18:30 AM
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