Florida, parte 1ª Photographed and presented by Jair (Yair) Moreshet, 2003 - 2008 Music: J. S. Bach, Suite for Lute in E minor, BoureeComment:Florida came to us in recent years as a great surprise. As opposed to an image of a beaten“cheap” destination, we “discovered” Florida to be a top notch attractive place, in comparisonto other competing destinations within the US.This 2–part presentation is dedicated to our friends Jim and Diane who plan a Floridavacation for their anniversary .
One of the most attractive features of Florida is water canal streets, in quite a few differentlocations, even on the islands, here on the Florida Keys.
Florida is unusually rich in wild life, including creatures otherwise available only inunderdeveloped regions of the world, here in the vast area of the Everglades National Park.
This big Iguana just rested in patience on a parking lot in the Cape Florida State Park on thesouthern tip of Key Biscayne. I couldn’t find more beautiful ones in underdeveloped countries orin Encyclopedias.
A major water canal street, in an affluent residential neighborhood of the Miami area.