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One Hundred


This is my 100TH POST since starting this photo blog back on April 15th of this year. I try to post something once a day, but that can be easier said than done sometimes.

I started this as a “hey, this is awesome, you should see it too” site, but I’ve noticed it’s attracted a variety of fans like “snow bird” northerners, hopeful tourists, former Floridians, nature lovers, photographers, fellow SCUBA divers and ocean lovers alike. It’s always fun to read everyone’s comments and see what everyone “likes”. So please continue to do so and spread the word about this site if you know someone who might appreciate it the way you do. Above all, thank you supporting Beauty of Florida!

This photo is from Fort Lauderdale’s 100 year anniversary last year. They had this giant “100” set up by the beach directly across from the world famous Elbow Room.


A Shiny Jewel


Color Rides Darkness


Sunset on the Rocks


Deep Purple


Road to Nowhere


Key to the Perfect Sunset

Marathon Key


Marathon Sunset


Solitude Sanctuary


Seagull Rest Stop


Cantaloupe Sky


Burning Sunset


Florida Volcano


Purple, Pink, and Orange


Here’s to the Orange, White and Blue!


Sorry, couldn’t find any red today! HAPPY 4TH OF JULY EVERYONE!!!


Reflecting Swamp


Looking Over the Fence


Waiting for the Elevator


I came home from work to find this guy waiting for the elevator in my building (the elevator is outdoors). You often see these Land Crabs crossing the road…or evidence of them trying to cross. This one was full grown at about 6 inches wide.


Butterfly Effect


Feeder Bands




All week we’ve been getting hit with feeder bands from Tropical Storm Debby. Feeder bands are bands of clouds streaking out from the extreme edges of a tropical storm or hurricane. They call them that because they pull moisture up from the ocean “feeding” the clouds of the storm.
In the first photo you can see the distinct line when the feeder band is coming in, making it’s way to the right. The 2nd picture is of the other side of the band with the sun setting behind it. You can see just how dark the clouds were at the top of the picture, enough to make the sun disappear completely before emerging on the other side.


Sunset Spill


Mango Dispenser


Thor on the Horizon


Slightly Cloudy