Peddler’s Market

Posted: August 3, 2012 in Florida, HDR, Nikon D90

Walking through the streets of downtown Key West, the majority of the shops are dedicated to cheap sunglasses, 2 for 1 tee shirts, and cigar booths that aren’t really photogenic in any way. Don’t get me wrong, I still purchased my requisite trashy t-shirt and sunglasses with a hint of douche-baggery; But there are some places, like the one pictured above that are interesting to roam through with your camera at the ready.

I just had to stop when I saw this place. It was mid-morning, and we had returned to Key West so that my brother in law could pick up some jewelry for his wife before we left for home the following day. The light was spilling in through the roof in just the right position to shine through the openings of the hanging sun pendants.

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