A dazzling collection of rare and previously unpublished photographs takes readers to the heart of the Sunshine StateHundreds of fascinating archive images have been paired with present-day photographs to reveal how Florida has changed and evolved. From its sunny beaches and orange growing to its flamingos and amusement parks, this book highlights the landmarks, sights, and people that make the state unique. Sites include Tallahassee, Miami, Orlando, Tampa, Jacksonville, Fort Lauderdale, Key West, Amelia Island, South Beach, Coconut Grove, Coral Gables, Sarasota, St. Augustine, Everglades National Park, Lake Eola, Tinker Field, Hialeah Race Course, Daytona International Speedway, University of Florida, Walt Disney World Resort, Epcot, Universal Studios Orlando, and Kennedy Space Center.
About The Author
David W. Watts is an experienced professional photographer whose work has been published in books and magazines for the last thirty years. He has photographed a virtual library collection of Then and Now titles including Honolulu, Beijing, Prague, Barcelona, Berlin, Paris, New York State, Florida, Las Vegas, San Diego, Miami, Birmingham (Al), Charlotte, Charleston, Atlanta, Columbus, New Orleans, Savannah, Edinburgh, Milwaukee, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, New Zealand and Salt Lake City.