Archive for December, 2008
Hope Santa brought everyone everything they asked for! I know my name was on his list…. look at this weather! What a beautiful few days we’ve had! Ain’t no such thing as post-Christmas blues when you have a view like this.1 comment
The last few days have been a bit chilly on the island. The few people out on Casino Beach yesterday were bundled up:
If you click to enlarge this photo, you can see that it is sunny in Navarre! Those buildings lit up by the sun on the right side of this photo are about 11 miles away from where I was: Pensacola Beach Pier.
The color of the water changed when I walked to the end of the pier. Check out the shades of blue… no filters or Photoshop tricks here:
It should be back into the 70s in the next few days, and I really look forward to it!
Have a good Christmas Eve Eve!1 comment
I’ve been taking some pictures from some friends (and soon to be neighbors) from Minnesota of the house they have going up across from my place. I came across this photo while I was looking for photos to send, and I’m not sure why I hadn’t noticed it before. This was taken about a month ago just before sunrise, and the colors are amazing.
Since we’ve only had fog around here (and high temps!), I thought this picture was worthy of a Pensacola Beach Blogger post!
Click to enlarge!1 comment
Another foggy and misty morning here on Pensacola Beach! We should have a beautiful day on our hands today… as soon as the sun makes it out of the fog.No comments
I Just got back from all of my traveling (sorry about the lack of posts!) just in time to see the Christmas Parade on the island. This morning, low clouds were moving in, so I wasn’t sure what the weather would do, but it turned out just fine. Take a look:
Some little dancers in red:
A Florida Christmas, indeed! This week is supposed to be in the mid-seventies!
More terrific Christmas Dancers, dancing all the way down Via De Luna:
Check out this cool Candy-cane bike:
Of course it wouldn’t be a parade without the McGuire’s Irish Pub party bus:
And last but not least, here’s our big guy in red:
See you all next year!
Now, it’s clean-up time!No comments