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Confederate Salt Kettle by AuntDot

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Canon PowerShot SX260 HS; 1/400s, f/4.0, ISO 200, focal length 5.4mm

Confederate Salt Kettle on the grounds of the Cedar Key Museum State Park, Cedar Key, Florida.

Having lived most of my life in the northeast U.S., I am enjoying retired life in sunny Florida. I enjoy photographing many different kinds of things, but especially flowers and animals, including the beautiful birds found here in Florida. I am currently using a Canon EOS Rebel XSi/450D camera, a Canon 55-250 mm telescopic zoom lens, and a Sony P10 Cyber-shot digital camera. My newest acquisition is a Canon PowerShot SX260 HS, a point and shoot which I will be carrying in my purse.

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  • AuntDot
    AuntDotover 1 year ago

  • Monnie Ryan
    Monnie Ryanover 1 year ago

    Great job – and a very interesting subject!

  • Thanks very much, Monnie!

    – AuntDot

  • Cynthia Harris
    Cynthia Harrisover 1 year ago

  • Thanks Cynthia!

    – AuntDot

  • seeya
    seeyaover 1 year ago

    Lovely composition and lighting, Dot. Interesting info. We used to have a lot of salt flats in SF Bay. Over the years in support of ecology they were returned to their natural wet lands. Slightly different process using natural evaporation instead of boiling. Sandy

  • Thanks very much, Sandy!

    – AuntDot

  • paintingsheep
    paintingsheepover 1 year ago

    Wow!! Amazing….never seen one of these…terrific find and capture!!!

  • Thanks Gena!!

    – AuntDot

  • Manon Boily
    Manon Boilyover 1 year ago

    really nice. I never saw this before. we made a huge step in evolution since that time ;)

  • Thank you, Manon!

    – AuntDot

  • Bobby Dar
    Bobby Darover 1 year ago

    What a beautiful work

  • Many thanks, Bobby! Appreciate it!

    – AuntDot

  • Malcolm Chant
    Malcolm Chantover 1 year ago

    Gosh ot this is such an interesting read, and image, never knew that before,

  • Thanks so much, Malcolm. Things sure have changed in the last 150 years.

    – AuntDot

  • Rosalie Scanlon
    Rosalie Scanlonover 1 year ago

    Great capture Dot, nice find.

  • Thanks so much, Rosie!

    – AuntDot

  • John44
    John44over 1 year ago

    Beautiful capture!!!

  • Thank you, John. I thought it might appeal to those interested in historical items.

    – AuntDot

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