Isn't St. Augustine awesome? We live about 25 minutes from there, and still never tire of visiting.
I don't think I would get tired of it either!
The picture where you see the light coming through the stained glass, but not the stained glass itself is awesome! I am not kidding, you really have an eye for this. I think that is more important than the technical skills.My son visited St. Augustine last month when my husband had a business trip. My sister-in-law and her husband live outside Orlando so my son was able to stay with them while my husband was busy. No Disney, but they did go to St. Augustine and Kennedy Space Center. He thought the space center was fantastic. St. Augustine was okay, especially because they went on a chocolate factory tour. The living history museum they got to late in the day (still over an hour to closing), but all the enactors had left which was disappointing. They did visit the fort, though.Sarah
Thank you for your kind words. I just love to take pictures and photo document our trips. I have more photo albums than I have space for, but my girls are always pulling them out and reading through them.We only had a two days to explore so we hopped on and off the trolley wherever we wanted and never stayed at one place for too long. It would be nice to go back someday and explore in more detail.
Beautiful Jess. I remember these too. I would so love to take Keilee here. Thank you for sharing your gorgeous vacation with us!
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