A mixed bag of things to notice here: Bayshore Drive's long, long sidewalk sort of fading into the background curve, complete with one or two runners off in the distance.
Across the bay you can see twin steam-stacks of a power-generating plant. I think this one is located near Apollo Beach, FL.
Then there is the flat top of this WPA-era white cement boundary rail that lines the sidewalk along the bay, marking the transition from land to sea.
And best for last - there is this piece of Tampa Bay, complete with native coquina rocks - and which forms the impression that there is not only a rocky Pacific coast out west, and a rocky Atlantic coast up east in places like Maine and Mass, but also a sort of rocky Gulf coast down here along the west coast of Florida.
Ok, so our FL version is much more understated than those others I mentioned before...