Morning Mist

This black water bayou is located just off Hwy 30A east of Port St. Joe on the road to Cape San Blas.  Wildlife abounds in this area with herons, egrets, gulls and even swimming deer.

Morning Mist

Lone palm reflects off the perfectly calm watery paths through the bayou.  Morning mist is burning off as the sun rises.

View more of my nature photos at Sand between Your Toes

Teddy Meeks

Kissing Pelicans

First off, a big thank you to Jason allowing me access to this forum to showcase my nature photography of Panama City Beach and the surrounding Emerald Coast.    I’ll be bringing you the natural side of PCB with a weekly feature photo.

From the peaceful black water bayous to the sugar white sands, the Emerald Coast is like no other coastline in the world.  Like all cities, Panama City Beach has its faults, but at the end of the day we have beautiful beaches, emerald waters, abundant wildlife and glowing sunsets… what’s not to love!

The first feature photo is titled “Kissing Pelicans”.  I caught these two pelicans “touching” beaks as if kissing just after sunrise on Grand Lagoon, in front of Baypoint.

Feel free to checkout more nature photos of the beach and the area’s wildlife at my photoblog Sand between Your Toes.

Teddy Meeks