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Have you ever seen anything like this weather? Sun in an azure sky, and that Gulf!
So gorgeous! This is what January SHOULD be. No cars frozen to the ground, no aching joints, just air and sun and freedom.
Continue reading “Weekend weather – Just right for January. Warm and sunny.”
This week we had a chance to see the fierce beauty of the beaches during a storm. It will most likely have passed through by the time most weekenders arrive, though it’s been exciting to see the competitors cruising around the course all week here. This weather should be much nicer for the triathletes as they swim the Gulf, bike the county and run the east end of the beach this weekend. On Friday night, Clint Black will be performing under the stars at Pier Park, do bring a nice jacket because there will be a breeze. There’s even more to do and taste this weekend, and the weather will be fall perfect. You might want a cover up on the sand in the mornings.
Continue reading “Weekend Weather – Frost Alert”
Pelicans and gulls were circling the jetties feasting on bait fish as the sun sets in the background.
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.
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