Morning at Fernandina Beach

Another sweet trip to Fernandina Beach. As lovely as ever. Started at the farmer's market then went for lunch at 29 South Restaurant where we met some nice people. A honeymooning couple from Columbia SC, a retired couple that moved there 2 years ago from Atlantic Beach, and a professor at UNF and her husband that recently moved from Arkansas.

Purple flower
Flowers in bloom

Shopping is harder than it looks
Shopping is harder that it looks

Thinking man
Thinking man

Cherries $2
Cherries $2

A little grumpy
A little grumpy

Janes Dill Pickles
Janes Dill Pickles

A Wild Flower
Wild flower...for sale

Wild flower...by roadside

Wall Flowers
Wall flowers

100 strangers #3, Amy & Brent
Amy & Brent...the honeymooners

Building For Sale
Building FOR SALE

Blue Bike
Blue bike

Red Bike (sweet bakery glazes, soft strawberry)
Red bike

Where the birdies live
Where the birdies live

Life is Good
Life is Good

Jaunty cap
Isn't he the coolest?

Enjoying ice cream
Ice cream won

Ivy stairs
Ivy steps...red door

Front porch
Cozy front porch

Cloud reflection in door

Wine, wine, wine...


hillgrandmom Monday, August 04, 2008  

Absolutely love the 'red door & ivy steps' and the 'cloud reflection on the door glass' ones. The others are all lovely too.

Margaret Cloud Tuesday, August 05, 2008  

Hi just stopping by to say I love your photos.

Anonymous Sunday, August 24, 2008  

Wow!! great photos. The colors are so vibrant and clear. How do you do that? What kind of camera/lens do you use. Did you use photoshop on any of them? Sorry for all the questions they are just awsome.
Jeannie Capellan

Anonymous Sunday, August 24, 2008  

Opps!!! Now I see the info on the right....just got scrolling down viewing every picture.

annie Monday, August 25, 2008  

Hi Jeannie, Thanks so much! If you click on the photo itself, it will take you to the image on flickr, and then in the right sidebar is a list of tags...stating the camera, lens used for that particular photo, and if I used a photoshop action. On most, I do use at least a little sharpening or color boost. Depends.

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