Anyone familiar with Florida's Gulf coast will recognize the structure known as "The Honeymoon Suite" off of Cedar Key. It's an abandoned stilt house that is gradually falling apart and is probably the most-photographed building in Florida. Google Earth is full of Panoramio flags around this location.
Abandoned stilt house, Cedar Key, August 2007 (had some nice clouds this day)
As I stated, it's getting a little more run down with every passing year. This shot is about five years after the one above:
Abandoned stilt house, Cedar Key, June 2012
This exposure was just over one minute long, a few minutes after sunset. The glow in the background is probably a natural gas vent on an oil rig way out in the Gulf of Mexico and it's invisible during daylight hours. The very long exposure time blurs the wave action and cloud movement, making moving objects very soft and dream-like, but the tripod-mounted camera captures fine details of stationary subjects like the rocks along the shore. (I've worked up several versions of this image and I can't decide how bright I want it to be in the final print. It was very dark when I captured it, but I can't make a nearly-black print, obviously. This is the best one so far, but I may decide to process a new version sometime in the future.)
Abandoned stilt house (long exposure), Cedar Key, June 2012