CELEBRATING THE WEIRD, WACKY & BEAUTIFUL WEATHER IN THE FLORIDA KEYS

Our theme for APRIL is MOTHER NATURE. We’re showcasing how gorgeous, scary, incredible and finicky weather in the Keys can be. Just in time for Earth Day, send us your favorite rainbows, April showers, Key deer, flowers blooming or ways to spend a day out in nature. 

Photos, captions and photo credit can be emailed to [email protected]

Rules, schmules:

  • All photos must be original work and feature something or someone related to the Keys. 
  • Photos can be images that have been published before.
  • No third party may own or control any materials the photo contains, and the photo must not infringe upon the trademark, copyright, moral rights, intellectual rights, or rights of privacy of any entity or person.
  • Any person agrees, by submitting photos, that photos submitted can be used by the Keys Weekly for any and all purposes, including but not limited to advertising, charity work, sales, future editorial, print in the newspapers or online or on social media posts on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and any other social media platforms as may come about.
Nature, Milky Way, kayak, Curry Hammock State Park. DAN EIDSMOE/Contributed
Cotton candy skies and mirror images over Islamorada. CAITLYN MARIE/Contributed
Aloe vera, Matheson House, Lignumvitae Key Botanical State Park. LU DODSON/Contributed
Earth Day every day. SANDY SCHNEIDER/Contributed
Inspired by Mother Nature. After watching the beautiful Keys sunset and palm trees, I knew what I wanted my first tattoo to be. MELISSA GREER/Contributed
For me, one of the greatest gifts of the Florida Keys is our beloved Key deer, truly a wonder of nature. Remember, don’t feed & don’t speed. JESSE KOBLENTZ/Love & Light Photography
Mangrove sunset on Summerland Key. JENNIFER CHANDONNET/Contributed
Solar halo, taken May 2, 2020 at my home in Cudjoe Key. MARCE JO TOLL/Contributed

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