Juxtaposed in Paradise

“Creativity is that marvelous capacity to grasp mutually distinct realities and draw a spark from their juxtaposition.” ― Max Ernst

On June 1st Brandon and I travelled to Florida and spent 11 days. Most of the time we were busy with wedding plans and paperwork, both before and after the ceremony. The other times it rained, a lot. The total of 3 days that we weren't otherwise occupied or that it wasn't pouring down rain, we were able to get out and about a bit. 

One day we spent on the beach in Boca Raton just relaxing and enjoying the sunshine, and then we shopped. Ohh yeah Ross Dress for Less baby! Another day was spent driving to Key West and exploring. We almost made it through the entire day without rain, but just as soon as we were almost done at Mallory Square, the bottom dropped out of the sky. The last day was when we got up early to drive to Coral Cove Park to capture the sunrise. We did just that and then enjoyed a few hours of relaxation on the beach, before the bottom dropped out of the sky yet again. 

Needless to say, we didn't manage to photograph much on this trip. What we did manage to get was mostly hurried shots between rain showers, but mostly just photos from our phones. This is one of those hurried shots, between/amid rain showers. We were driving back from Key West on a mostly rainy day, and stopping along the way to shoot what we could when we could. I can't remember which key this was located on, but I loved the juxtaposition of the old and new structures. 

Anyway, enjoy!