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Stormy Day in Pensacola

You know me. I see beauty just about everywhere I go. Pensacola has a lot of sunshine, but this time of year, also has powerful thunder and lightening storms. No one seems to really mind – Pensacola needs the rainfall, and the storms are powerful, awesomely beautiful. And Pensacola presents herself well in stormy weather.

I love the French Quarter style balconies, the Spanish style architecture – Pensacola has been colonized by the French, Spanish, Brits, and I think even a couple others! The influences on the architecture, both public and private, provide a rich variety of style.

And the natural wetlands, the bay, the bridges – it is at it’s most magical in stormy weather, in my opinion.

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July 28, 2007 Posted by | Building, Community, Cross Cultural, ExPat Life, Florida, Living Conditions, Lumix, Photos, Travel, Weather | 4 Comments