Thursday, May 10, 2007

Palm Bay



Top Photo: What's left of a palm frond among the sand and shells on the shore of Palm Bay, in Palm Bay, Florida. I just liked the symmetry of it, and the gritty ground.

Bottom Photo: I mentioned this yesterday; Palm Bay. It's a body of water in the Indian River Lagoon, our section of the Intracostal Waterway. People live in the city of Palm Bay for years and never realize there is an actual body of water called Palm Bay.

Both photos were taken at one of Palm Bay's city parks, Castaways Point Park on one side of the bay.

9 comments:

Bob-kat said...

Beautiful pic! Palm Bay looks gorgeous!

Ratzfatz said...

Beautiful ... it looks soooo nice!

Moi said...

It's like I am seeing more of Florida through your blog than my eyes...:)
We spent the whole of yesterday in Sarasota...will share the pics as soon as I find a li'l more time to download all of 200 odd pics that i took yesterday :)

Abraham Lincoln said...

I like your work. I don't know where you are exactly but my son lives in Jupiter and has a big studio in West Palm Beach.

Abraham Lincoln

bluemountainmama said...

i especially love the second....lokks very tropical. my grandmother used to live right along the indian river....

Mike said...

So inviting! I wish I could see it in person.

Annie said...

I only see the photo of the palm frond and the sand. I like it very much, the textures are so varied.

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

Oh how I wish I was there! :)

CG said...

i am really enjoying these views of your part of Florida!