Our Florida Photography Section – Pictures from Florida – everything from the sunsets to unusual Florida souvenirs.
The live web cam outside of Sloppy Joe’s Bar in Key West. This camera is stationary, and live 24/7, pointing to the sidewalk right outside of Sloppy Joe’s. Many people walk by and do not notice the camera pointing at the entrance.
You can also see the traffic on Duval Street.
Want to see the live camera?
Go to: http://www.liveduvalstreet.com
The camera, located across the street from Sloppy Joe’s Bar, shows a live view of Duval Street in Key West, Florida. With this camera you can move the view – BUT ONLY if you are the primary viewer. This may be the most popular web cam during Fantasy Fest!
The photo below shows the actual location of the cam, which isn’t obvious to most of the people walking around Duval Street.
At the Ye Old Christmas Shoppe inside the Magic Kingdom of Disney World you will often see women dressed up in old England attire while decorating Christmas ornaments. Not all of the ornaments inside the shop are hand decorated.
Below we have a photo of one of the women while they were hand painting an ornament.
The other photos are of the manufactured Christmas decorations for hanging in your Christmas tree. These photos were taken during the Mickey’s Christmas season (The Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party), late November through December.
Photo of a Florida ‘snowman’ taken on Christmas Day, 2011
Photo of an alligator warning sign seen on the Gulf Coast of Florida.
Do NOT feed the alligators!
Also, DO NOT get this close to take a picture of an alligator.
This photo was taken at the same place that had the alligator warning sign, pictured above.
Photo taken on the Gulf Coast of Florida featuring two tourists getting TOO CLOSE to an alligator. It is NOT recommended to get this close to an alligator in Florida.
Do NOT get this close to an alligator for a photo.
Standing on designed platforms and walkways is recommended.
Photo of the Tropicana orange train, off the tracks, near the Gulf Coast of Florida. Photo taken in March 2011.
Tropicana TPIX 250 Train
A movie starring Elvis, filmed in 1962. Most of the movie was filmed in Yankeetown and Crystal River on the Gulf Coast of Florida. A section of Route 40 was renamed Follow That Dream Highway (in Inglis Florida). The entire film was recorded in Florida, and there are many outdoor scenes showing both Route 40, and the beach/bridge in Bird Creek.
In the movie the family car runs out of gas on a Florida highway and the family decides to start a community in the area despite the local government trying …
This is somewhat of a Point of Interest as the balloon is most always seen hovering over the water in Downtown Disney. If you stay at a hotel anywhere near this area, you can see the balloon over the water. On the balloon you see black silhouette figures of Mary Poppins. You can actually ride the balloon for a fee. The photo of the prices are from 2010. The balloon is not a standard hot air balloon.
One of those Must-Ride, if you are not afraid of heights, kind of ride.
This is a photo of the St. Pete Pier as a desktop wallpaper. The St. Pete Pier is located on the West Coast of Florida. We too this photo of the St. Pete Pier in 2007.
St. Pete Pier Background