I’m always drawn to places with stories, so when I was visiting Key West, Florida, one year, I was to an old cemetery. I had just gotten my first digital camera, a Canon D60 with a gargantuan 17-40mm lens. It was a beast of a kit, but it gave me a whopping 6.3 megapixels and no film to develop. I was really into a few photographers at the time who used tilt-shift lenses, and I tried to replicate that look as closely as I could in Photoshop. The Keys are an interesting place to visit, Key West being one of the most unique. A U.S. island city, it’s part of the Florida Keys archipelago and Florida’s southernmost point, lying roughly 90 miles north of Cuba. It’s also home to Hemingway’s famous six-toed cats.