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The Florida Keys
 
The history of the Florida Keys is rich with tales of savage natives, pirates, shipwreck survivors, isolated settlers, and hardy railroad workers and bridge builders who linked this chain of islands with the mainland of the United States. My interest in the Keys is the wonderful migratory seabird photography. Winter months are a great time to visit and photograph south Florida.

By driving back roads to remote coves, walking white sand beaches and hiking through dense forests of tropical foliage, discover much more than the usual tourist attractions along a four-lane highway. I photographed shore birds, poisonwood trees, endangered crocodiles, sea turtles, and great sunsets in the Florida Keys.
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By driving back roads to remote coves, walking white sand beaches and hiking through dense forests of tropical foliage, discover much more than the usual tourist attractions. I photographed shore birds, poisonwood trees, endangered crocodiles, sea turtles, and great sunsets in the Florida Keys.
No shipping or handling charges. No CA sales tax.
Locations
  • Adderley House
  • Anne's Public Beach
  • Bahia Honda State Park
  • Big Pine Key
  • Blue Hole
  • Card Sound Road
  • Conch Key
  • Crane Point Museum of Natural History
  • Crocodile Lake National Wildlife Refuge
  • Dagny Johnson Key Largo Hammock Botanical State Park
  • Duval Street
  • Ernest Hemmingway's Home
  • Far Beach
  • Golden Orb Trail
  • Homestead/Florida City
  • Jack Watson Nature Trail
  • John Pennekamp Reef State Park
  • Key West
  • Layton Trail
  • Lighthouse Museum
  • Lime Tree Bay Resort
  • Long Key State Park
  • Lower Matecumbe Key
  • Marathon Fishing Docks
  • National Key Deer Refuge
  • No Name Key
  • Pigeon Key
  • Seven Mile Bridge
  • "Southernmost Point in U.S."
  • Upper Matecumbe Key
  • West Summerland Key
  • Whale Harbor
  • Wild Bird Center
  • Wild Tamarind Trailhead