Hi, Robert, you are right, the kite is in the foreground. I used a 300 mm lens, it compressed the prospective for the sky, tower and kite. We went to Florida many years ago. Had a red snaper lunch at Key West, could not believe the size of the fish. We also loved the clams that we ate on the roadside stand. We shall visit Florida sometime again.
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