From the urban, artsy Savannah vibe to laid-back, 'Old Florida' Cedar Key. Although Cedar Key sports two art galleries, two lovely gift shops and several restaurants, it's still a place for doing nothing, as it were. Our 'nothing' is long walk-abouts through town and sitting by the Gulf. Our only 'sport' is bird watching from our deck, although the area offers fishing and kayaking. All the 'Old Florida' architecture and island colors are my muse.
We've been coming here for many years now, after being introduced to it by our friend Donna, who lives in St. Petersburg. We stopped by Cedar Key on our way to St Petersburg to see all the assemblage art on the Low Key Hideaway motel. We liked the town so much, we came back on the way home and then the following year, began coming to Cedar Key.
This mural has been here for awhile and this year looked refurbished. A bit of vintage beach photography highlights the welcome vibe.
|Welcome to Cedar Key collage|
This little cottage, hidden amongst the trees, is definitely a vibrant island house; named by it's owners as the 'Shaby Shax'. The vibrant Peony is derived from a quilling-art piece by my friend Deb Booth, with her kind permission.
|The Pink 'Shaby Shax' collage|
Now for some sitting on the deck.