Key West Photo of the Day An original photo of Key West, with a little context
Your Daily Dose of Key West
We thought it would be nice to share a daily photo of one of the most scenic and beautiful places – Key West.
Stop by often – paradise should never be out of reach.
Sunrise at a Key West beach, with palm trees silhouetted in the glowing amber of sun. The nearshore (and reef!) visibility of Key West's sea has lately been incredible, providing excellent conditions for a waverunner tour Happy Goombay Fest 2018! Petronia Street in Bahama Village is about to host the biggest party of the year. Blue Heaven restaurant and bar is a must-visit stop where live music and dancing will keep the place festive and fun. Brilliant orange, peach, and blue colors are awash during this sunset view of Key West harbor. As the sun lowers to the horizon and sailboats drift past, a couple takes in the view from their hammock strung between two palm trees and gently rocking in the breeze. Stunning sunset photo with colorful beach wildflowers and sailboats in the distance Does Key West have nice beaches? Yes, indeed! Pictured here is the beach at Fort Zachary Taylor State Park, with turquoise warm water and plenty of space to catch some rays. The colorful Strand Theater on Duval Street proudly declares Key West Strong, a testament to the durability and post-hurricane sentiment of the island Using pinhole technology, the 2017 eclipse provided the ultimate font for remembering the astrological event. Just north and east of Key West are some of finest bonefish flats. Here, one beckons for a visitor. Historic Key West building, considered the birthplace of the Cuban independence movement, illuminated during sunset Take a walk out on the Higgs Beach Pier and see ocean life below your feet. A butterfly in the garden is a good reminder of the metamorphosis of life This intensely-colored hedge of bougainvillea doesn't wait for spring to start blooming. In Key West, it is a year-round phenomenon. With its carnival facade and neon lights, the Strand Theater at 527 Duval Street is as colorful as Key West Key West's tropical climate produces ideal orchid growing conditions - even in winter! Once threatened with extinction from now-banned pesticides in the 1970's, Brown Pelicans are now abundant in Key West, especially during winter. Last night's
The moon appeared its largest in 70 years as it rose over the south side of Key West. Captured from White Street Pier (aka Edward Knight Pier), this “Super Moon” rose just before sunset and was not only large but extra bright, due to its closet-than-average distance to earth.
This fourth church structure to be built by the St. Paul's Episcopal parishioners, is located at the corner of Duval Street & Eaton Street and was designed in Romanesque architectural style.
At the corner of Duval Street and Eaton Street, the St. Paul’s Church was originally built in 1839 and constructed of coral stone. It was destroyed by a hurricane in 1846. A replacement church constructed of wood was opened in 1848, and it too was destroyed – this time by the Great Fire of 1886.…
A world of wonder above and below the sea awaits passengers of the glass bottom boat's sunset trip Smooth seas made for a perfect boat ride to an uninhabited offshore island beach This pristine backcountry beach, a locals favorite, is reached only by boat and is located 12 miles west of Key West. Cats and art: two of Key West's favorite characteristics combine in this surreal piece of street art that has mysteriously appeared in Old Town.
A mango sunset and shadowed palm trees reveal a timeless view of Old Town Key West. From Navy dredging to luxury development, Sunset Key has today become a tantalizing vista seen in travel magazines. A photo that is SOOOO Key West: beaches & chickens! The beach at Fort Zachary Taylor State Park showing off its many hues of blue and green. The Southernmost Point marker in Key West is the most popular selfie spot on the island. A deteriorating brick wall at Fort Jefferson provides an alluring view of the sea Sunset's glow provided a picture-perfect view of Key West harbor and Ocean Key House's signpost A vanda orchid bloom provides a dramatic hammock for one of Key West's curious creatures, the Cuban Tree Frog.