Some of you might have noticed the excavating and construction going on at Thomas Drive and Luff Street. We took it upon ourselves to find out for you.
It is going to be a new Dollar General! It is being developed by Concept Construction and Development, and is the newest Dollar General in Panama City Beach. Concept Construction and Development has also built the Dollar General on 15th Street, 22nd Street and the one in Lynn Haven on Highway 390.
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Every week we’ll feature photos from you, the reader, of anything from crowded streets at Pier Park, to finger crabs scurrying across the beach. They say pictures are worth a thousand words, share your words with pcbdaily.com. Submit your photos and share your Panama City Beach pictures.
Submitted by Kerry Hulber
Clouds on the Beach
Submitted by Cora Busch
Pier Park for the Holidays
Kids and the Gulls
The Train in Pier Park
Ellen Kilough from the Visual Arts Center of Panama City
Don’t touch my Heine
Submitted by Lori Duncan
Submitted by Jason Koertge
Clusters of Hermits
Herds of Hermits Crabs at Alligator Point, Panama City Beach
Weary of the Hand
Moonlight and Clouds
This is a photo of an authentic and dying part of the Emerald Coast. Homemade shrimping and oyster boats are all but a thing of the past along the coastal bayous and bays of the panhandle. During their hayday, you could see dozens of these boats trolling St. Andrews, Port St Joe and Apalach Bays. Now it is rare to even glimpse a single vessel of this granduer (in my humble opinion).
This shot was taken just off Hwy 30-A on the road to Cape San Blas. Many of you know 30-A as the road to Seaside to the west of PCB. I had a “lifetime local” tell me that wasn’t 30-A, but according to the sign and all maps it’s FL Hwy 30-A just east of Port St Joe off of Hwy 98.
Description: This is one of my favorite photos. The “homemade” shrimp boat was sitting in a quiet bayou near Cape San Blas. As the sun rose it created a beautiful mirror image of the vessel. Note the bright red hand-painted boat number.
**Click on the image to see a closeup of the details in the photo.
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Every week we’ll feature photos from you, the reader, of anything from crowded streets at Pier Park, to finger crabs scurrying across the beach. They say pictures are worth a thousand words, share your words with pcbdaily.com.
Submitted by Freda Kinner
Submitted by Nina Dodson
Pink Sunset from Sunbird Condos
Chairs a’waiting in front of Sunbird.
Submitted by Andrea Boutwell-Hess
Taken at St. Andrews Park Place – Goin’ to the beach.
Beach sunset from a Sunbird Condo balcony
Submitted by R.O. Smith
Double Rainbow at Deep Water Point
Submitted by Thomas Turner
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.
If you have photos you want displayed in this feature, click here to submit you photos.
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.