The Big Bend area of the Florida Gulf Coast has a lot of quaint little towns filled with photo ops. One of these towns is Apalachicola, a town with a population of only 2,231. Ninety percent of the state’s oyster crop (10 percent of the nation’s total) is cultivated in Apalachicola’s 7000+ acres of oyster beds (AAA Tour Guide).
While driving around town we came across this “Yellow” house and the street artist. He told me that once a year Apalachicola has a street painting festival and with all the big old houses, there is no lack of subjects. Both he and I liked this house and its shade of “Yellow”. With his permission I included him in my photo.