Pix. Eye candy from Fernandina Beach, FL

The second oldest, continually occupied settlement in the country, which was originally occupied by Europeans is Fernandina Beach, Florida.

My guess is they stopped to watch the sunsets and never left.  Below is the view from the municipal docks.  About a hundred people gathered for the show last evening.








About allevenson

Writer (of stories, journals, email dialogues), Reader (of books written by friends, recommended by friends, and works-in-progress of friends), Hiker (never met a trailhead I didn't like), Biker (more scenery for the buck than hiking) and lately, Blogger (about my Year on the Road at www.allevenson.wordpress.com).
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9 Responses to Pix. Eye candy from Fernandina Beach, FL

  1. Colleen Rae says:

    Gorgeous photos, Al. Manna to feed the soul…

  2. David L says:

    Mom Nature in her extravagance. Such beauty demands that we live a couple hundred years in enjoyment – maybe more. Great photography, Al. Thank you for sharing.

  3. David Bauer says:

    Great photos, Al. Thanks for posting.

  4. Pat Bean says:

    Fantastic photos. They make me want to be there.

  5. Vickie says:

    Thanks for sharing, Al. So beautiful.

  6. Barbara Nathan says:

    These photos are spectacular!

  7. April Edsberg says:

    Thank you for the beautiful photos. The colors are beautiful. You must be having a marvelous time.

  8. MaryAnne Catlin says:

    Awesome photos and of Mom Nature!
    Florida has never been on my ‘go to’ list but these pics have given me pause to have second thoughts about destinations SouthEast. Gotta say Al, if U ever quit writing (DON’T)…. U will surley succeed in photography.

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