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Monday, April 5, 2010

Ahhh, Springtime in Dunedin, Florida

For a few months during the winter, I reside in the charming little town of Dunedin, Florida. It's a sweet, pedestrian-friendly village overlooking the brilliant blue waters of majestic St. Joseph Sound...on the Gulf of Mexico. With vintage, cottage-style houses, the town is a somewhat sleepier version of Key West...settled over a hundred years ago by Scottish immigrants. Enormous, century-old Spanish oak trees dripping with silvery moss, line the quaint brick streets as people on foot and on bicycles meander along the wide, tree-shaded walking trail that weaves through town. Dunedin is a hidden little gem that often sneaks under the tourist radar screen even though two of the best beaches in the entire country lie just offshore. Some residents prefer to keep the town their own well-kept secret as they go about tending to their azaleas that flourish with abandon this time of year. Here are some of my snapshots of springtime in Dunedin.



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3 comments:

Nezzy said...

What a charmin' little piece of Heaven! Thanks so much for sharing some slices of that pie with this Ozarks farm chick. I don't get off the Ponderosa much. Your beautiful pictures took me away! OK...I'm back...cows are mooing! Heeehehehe!

From the hills and hollers of Missoiuri, ya'll have a wonderfully blessed day!!!

Marla said...

These photos are fabulous!

Retired Syd said...

What a lovely photographer you are!

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