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In early May 2006 I spent several days on Anna Maria. The water was at its very best and the weather was perfect. Water temperature was 80 degrees, air temp was about 76 degrees with light breezes and clear skies. Unless otherwise noted, these photos were taken between Oak Street and Magnolia. Here are some photos of the beautiful water and some other photos I took before the sun went down. Enjoy!

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Above: Manatee County Public Beach's "Cafe On The Beach" at sunset. Live music.

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Above: sea oats on the beach at sunset, near Beach Street.


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