Southern Florida is where you see white sand, blue skies and BLUE ocean! The boat rides over the ocean water are fabulous and the patches of land rising above the ocean make the scene outer-worldly. And when you find a man-made structure on these remote islands you wonder ... I was not the first one to reach here! Well, I was on the way to Dry Tortugas National Park passing Loggerhead Key. The Lighthouse looked alluring.
I took this picture from the boat. I have a closeup too but, I love this picture a lot, because this is how I saw the lighthouse as a part of distant horizon! Though a part of the national park, Loggerhead Key is inaccessible to general public. The story on Dry Tortugas NP is coming soon!---
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Colorful sunrise at Key West
Sky, land and water, Then Thousand Islands
Shades of Blue at Dry Tortugas National Park
Clouds over Zion Cliffs
Sunrise at Pachmarhi, Madhya Pradesh
This picture is linked to Skywatch Friday.
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