Key West Light

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The original Key West lighthouse was completed in 1825 and was destroyed by hurricane in 1846.  The new tower was completed in 1848 and at the time was 50 ft tall.  A lantern replacement in 1873 added three feet and in 1894 the tower was raised twenty feet to prevent being obscured by trees and taller buildings. It’s currently about 100 ft above sea level.

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Engine 14

The emergency lighting reflecting off the structure’s windows bathes Engine 14 in warm light as she does her duty providing water for her firefighters.

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A Blast from the Past

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Years ago bricks were a popular method of paving city streets and after being in place for a while, the bricks developed an interesting texture as ruts and grooves appeared from the constant abuse by carriage wheels. Eventually rather than being removed, the bricks were often just paved over. Occasionally, a blast from the past appears as the deteriorating pavement gives way to the bricks hiding below.

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Tiger Lily 3

Following a recent rain, these triple bloom tiger lilies just demanded attention!

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Tiger Lily 2

Following a recent rain, these triple bloom tiger lilies just demanded attention!

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Tiger Lily 1

Following a recent rain, these triple bloom tiger lilies just demanded attention!

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Moonglow

We were inspired to get out the macro lens to capture the beautiful moonglow flowers blooming near our home

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Iced Crabapples 1

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The American or wild crabapple is predominant in Ohio and has one of the latest fruits to bloom.  When you combine that with an early winter storm…

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