Today I thought we’d have a little fun with photography and art.
Three years ago I posted my first blog about the annual art fair in March here in Florida. Whew! It was overbearingly hot. Lots of shorts and flip-flops below.
The following year I posted about the art fair again, only this time the weather was the polar opposite, literally. Cold as cold can be in Florida.
The third year I posted about it, we finally got a Goldylocks day … the weather was just right.
This year, we once again found ourselves in a weather shift. Rain, rain, pouring rain.
Since it was likely our last year to attend, we decided to try it anyway. (If you missed the post about the big move news, you can read it here.) We even brought our dog, Max. When we arrived it was a light drizzle, but only about fifteen minutes went by before it started to pour.
After about twenty minutes, someone checked the radar on their IPhone and showed all of us who were taking cover. It didn’t look good. Sigh. We didn’t get much viewing time in, but we’ve been there many times before.
Due to our move out of state, we bid farewell to those wonderful art fair experiences in March in Florida, where the city welcomed so many talented artists.