As I walked around the island I realized I was seeing quite a bit of pink! Pink everywhere -- from the bright pink of the private house above to the pale pink of the San Carlos Institute on Duval Street, below.
This sculpture called "Daydreams" by renowned Key West sculptor J. Seward Johnson was of giant pink skinned women dancing around a reclining man figure was outside the Key West Custom House Museum.
The sculpture was inspired by the Henri Matisse’s painting of “The Dance.”
Below is The Southernmost House on Key West. It was once a private residence, now it is a 13 room hotel.Key West is also know as The Conch Republic, so pretty pink conch shells are sold everywhere!
One of the cab companies on Key West has bright pink cabs for hire!
To see more wonderful pink posts visit Beverly at How Sweet The Sound for the list of all the blogs which are participating in Pink Saturday.
Thanks, Beverly, for hosting such a wonderful event each Saturday!