Sunset Beach in Tarpon Springs is not your average tourist destination, which is just as well as it's off the beaten path. It's not all that large.
But, each evening, around sunset, crowds gather to watch -- what else -- the sun go down. It's a very pleasant way to spend an evening. Along with watching the sunset, visitors were treated to kayakers and a float plane show this particular evening.
From the Wikipedia entry about Tarpon Springs:
"The shops along Dodecanese Avenue in the Sponge Docks District of Tarpon Springs are still thriving as both a historic and a current tourist destination. The street winds its way from the bayou towards the Tarpon Springs Aquarium at the far end. Along the way it passes the marina and Sponge Boats docked along the north side of the street and the Historic Sponge Exchange on the south. There are many restaurants serving traditional Greek cuisine and fresh seafood that dot the street as well as quaint boutiques that sell everything from real sponges to imported goods. "
This giclee print comes on a luster/glossy paper to enhance the subtle colors.
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