Downtown waterfront, sunset

So I guess those photos I took Wednesday night turned out after all:

About 3 minutes to sunset.

I’m pretty sure this guy was no longer living. So sad. Foot provided for scale.

I sat on this ledge to take the sunset shot.

Not sure if it’s always like this, but I found the amount of media coverage on the new Pope kind of overwhelming.

Graffiti.

I think the the G.WIZ Science Center is here, too.

An old friend.
That’s it for the Wednesday night shots. Here’s one I took today. I’m sure glad I can recycle these somewhere (Publix takes them). This is just from the past three months:

5 thoughts on “Downtown waterfront, sunset”

  1. I’m glad the Pope is now “a simple, humble worker”. I’ll notify McDonalds… but is he cheap?

  2. Eric, no doubt. I’m sure they’d be glad to have him. šŸ™‚
    Cam: Actually (and I had to look this up just now) I was a little south of Centennial Park on a street called “Blvd of the Arts” (“x” marks the spot):

  3. This is true … there is a connecting path, which is the walk that I was referring to. Comes down from the park, along the water, through a ‘natural habitat’ and to the G-Wiz center. To be honest, Centennial Park is not really much on its own – though we did not cross to Pioneer Park (?)

  4. nice shots of the beach, Krish, what is that creature by your foot? that is a lot of bags! btw Ms Orman is sometimes featured on PBS.

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