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Panama City Beach Mardi Gras in Pier Park on Friday & Saturday, March 4-5.
“Laissez Les Bon Temps Roulez!” (Let the good times roll)
This family-friendly festival is a terrific alternative for travelers hoping to experience the culture and celebration of Mardi Gras, while enjoying a seaside vacation at one of the hottest beach destinations around.
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Panama City Beach CVB to showcase its sunny weather and sugar-white sand beaches to national media via Skype!
CVB officials are hosting a video conference via Skype for national media in New York City, and the CVB wants YOU to join them!
Details Below, Time Sensitive (Event is TODAY at Noon)
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Best Weather Update I’ve Ever Found:
“Today is forecast to be Much Warmer than yesterday.”
That’s an actual forecast for today’s weather (Weds, Feb 9). You just can’t beat that kind of direct, albeit vagueness.
In a slightly less vague statement, I’m happy to share that this weekend we should be looking at some sunny skies with temps hovering around the high 50’s to low 60’s. We can expect cold, chilly nights to follow all that day-time sunshine.
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The dust is finally settling around the Panhandle, bringing with it the need to do a little image enhancing.
During the oil spill, misinformation regarding the impact the spill had on our beaches prompted many to choose other destinations for their vacations. Thankfully, our beaches were spared and the brunt of the spill never touched the snow-white sands of our shores.
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I realize this is not a “nature photo” per se, but it certainly speaks to the pure joy and exhilaration children have when hunting for shells on our beautiful beach.
Good friends of our’s came down from Oklahoma for the weekend with their children. We took them to visit Shell Island where I did a serious of action shots featuring these two bundles of energy. The north wind had knocked the waves down on the Gulf side of Shell Island giving us an extremely calm day to frolic in the surf.
Not much is more fun as a photographer than watching a two and three year old hunting for shells. These two were literally in constant motion running back and forth to their Mom with each new shell find. Little did it matter to them wither the shells were broken or in perfect condition… it was a true treasure in either case.
We could all learn something from these two. This beach is a treasure that we locals all too often take for granted. Visit my blog to see more of these photos.
At the request of some of the readers of pcbdaily, we’ve added a new feature that will showcase readers’ photos of Panama City Beach. Teddy Meeks has been gracious enough to share his nature photography of our area, and this is an opportunity for some others to share their talent as well.
The pictures can be of anything Panama City Beach related, as long as it is PG, of course. For more information or to submit your photos, visit photos from you.
To kick this off, Lori Duncan has submitted a couple of photos from the west end.
Although Hurricane Fay brought some seaweed and ink sea slugs to our beaches, the water really took on some brilliant colors in its aftermath.
Daniel gets face time with a local beggar.
After the Storm
Sunsets are always beautiful on the Emerald Coast. This one was taken from the beach at Pinnacle Port, on the west side of Panama City Beach, a couple of days after Hurricane fay.
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In an effort to catalogue Panama City Beach in a photographic sort of way, from time to time I’ll be posting pictures of different spots of “the beach”. Today, I realized a great vantage point that I had thought about before, but never really explored it.
Check out more pictures after the break.
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