Monday, October 26, 2009

The Nation's "Oldest City"

According to the white colonists, anyway. " . . . the oldest continuously occupied settlement of European origin in North America. The plaza also is the nation's oldest town square, laid out by Spanish settlers in 1598. " Here are some photos from my recent trip there.























Road to Tidewater, J & T's place.



















Farmer's Market





















I'd never seen eggplant this small.





















St. Augustine Beach. The water temperature
was 82 degrees.






















Can anyone identify this plant?

A very popular doorway that is often photographed in the town.

1 comment:

j. pluecker said...

beautiful pictures. i think it looks gorgeous. and maybe it's a lantana? or a pokeberry? not so sure, but maybe one of those.

xoxoxo.