Well infidels, it's the day after Memorial Day. The Miami Heat gave us a memorable game yesterday against Detroit. It actually did not rain as it usually does on Memorial Day (at least it didn't over Miami Lakes). So to start this work week, I offer you an image of Bahia Honda State Park in the Florida Keys. Bahia Honda is one of the few places in the Keys where they have sandy beaches. The beach there has been rated as one of the top beaches in the world.
I like taking images of the old bridge at Bahia Honda. However, for contrast, this image is taken from the old bridge towards the beach and the new bridge. I tweaked the image in photoshop to give it an artistic look. This place is definately a must on anyone's Florida Keys' holiday. And, for you nature folk, it is a major stopping ground for migrants. You'll find a bunch of warblers and other colorful songbirds here during the spring migration.
Ciao for now. Go Heat!
Posted by Michael Pancier Photography at 5/30/2006