“Deadman’s Key…”



The TINY speck of land, about three quarters to the right on the horizon, is Deadman’s Key. The bigger one, center left is Seahorse Key. The reason you can see Deadman’s Key at all is that a cold front passed through last night, and there is very little moisture and haze in the atmosphere. On a lot of hot and humid summer days you can’t make it out at all, and sometimes it seems closer, and sometimes further away, and I swear, sometimes somebody has moved the Key altogether

After decades of shooting film, I find it refreshing that I can go our for my morning walk, take a digital photo and post it – all before lunch. There are loads of wonderful things to say about film photography, but I truly enjoy this part of digital photography.

About christian harkness

Photographer and printmaker; living and working in north Florida.
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