Nostalgic Florida of the 1950's


Florida: nicknamed "The land of the flowers". It is the 22nd most extensive, 3rd most populous and 8th most densely populated state in America. The southeastern state is known for its tropical climate. The state is a well-known spot for vacation goers, due to its ample sunlight and coastal beaches; the most sought out destinations: Tarpon Springs, St. Petersburg, Winter Haven and Daytona Beach

Sunny days, clear waters, suburban walks, outdoor hobbies, tropical weather -- flashback to the 1950's with these photographs as they boast the rich social life in the area.

Images are sourced from Design You Trust.

written by lomographymagazine on 2017-06-16 #culture #florida #american-photography #documentary-photography

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