I've been looking at a lot of real estate all over this part of Florida recently, which has taken me into a lot of the small communities surrounding the town in which I now live and work. As a result, I've seen some things (not for sale, alas) that were definitely quite photogenic. I'm pretty sure that I'd never been to Hawthorne, FL before driving out there to look at some property (turned out to not be worth calling a realtor out), so as such, everything was new to me, even if they were very representative of Old Florida. So many people think of Disney and beaches when they think of Florida, but this is the sort of thing I think of:
It's located on the shore of a dry lake. Hawthorne has several lakes that have gone dry in the past few years.