Victoria's Light

Ana Maria Island

We spent a great eight days in Florida, first in the Orlando area where we enjoyed golf.  Then we headed west to Ana Maria Island, a beautiful and laid back place, much different than other places I have visited on Florida’s east coast.  Aside from one day, there was overcast weather and flat light that I made the best of using some vintage lenses on my Nikon digital camera.  A woman from California struck up a conversation and offered to take my picture.

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