Monthly Archives: July 2012
A rare, non-Cedar Key image. As I was going through some of my older images I ran across this one.
As we were getting ready to board the train nicknamed the “Heber Creeper” in Provo, Utah I noticed this fellow taking a break.
Since the railroad is an important part of the history of Cedar Key, I guess this photo isn’t entirely irrelevant.
If you are ever in the Salt Lake City or Provo, Utah area with some time to spare this is a very enjoyable train ride to take. The authenic steam locomotive train winds its way through the Provo Canyon and offers some spectacular views of the Wasatch Mountains. More information can be found here: Heber Valley Railroad.
This is what a busy day at the Cedar Key beach looks like…
In this shot taken March 25, 2012 a couple launch a custom-built catamaran sailboat while people enjoy a beautiful day at the beach.
This is about as busy as the beach gets at Cedar Key.
(Click the image for a larger view)
If you are looking for this scene…
You’ll need to keep on heading south…
This shot was taken April 2, 2011 As we were walking down to the Cedar Key Art festival we noticed this group of White Pelicans circling over the business district. Who knows, maybe they were curious about all the people walking around 80 feet below them!
From this shot it’s easy to see why a group of White Pelicans is sometimes called a squadron. Bombs away!