Saturday, September 01, 2007

St. Andrews State Park Beaches on the Web!



Ok, I finally got the photos and video from my trip to Panama City Beach at St. Andrews State Park up on Beachhunter.net.

There is a slide show of a selection of my photos, a 6 minute video showing some surfing, snorkeling, , jetty fishing, swimmers, and the beach crowd. The water is clear and beautiful and you get a good view of the beach, the dunes, the jetty, and the water.

Soon I'll have more video and photos of other panhandle beaches.

Let me know what you think!

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Sunday, August 26, 2007

Florida Panhandle Beaches Photos Coming Soon!


Soon I'll be adding several new pages to BeachHunter.net. I'll be putting up photos and info from my trip to the Florida panhandle beaches back on August 15, 16, & 17. Above is a teaser photo from the pier at St. Andrews State Park beach. I'll have info on the following beaches:

  • St. George Island

  • Mexico Beach

  • St. Andrews State Park beaches

  • St. Andrews Pier

  • Grayton Beach State Park


Should be up in a few days...

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Thursday, August 16, 2007

BeachHunter Visits the Florida Panhandle Beaches

For a long time I've been wanting to add the Florida panhandle beaches to my BeachHunter website. Well, the time has arrived.

In the next few weeks I'll be adding photos, video, and information on St. George Island beaches, Mexico Beach, St. Andrews State Park Beaches, Grayton Beach State Park, and some photos of Panama City Beach.

I was really surprised at the huge scale of the development on Panama City Beach. I was also BLOWN AWAY by how beautiful the water is at St. Andrews and along Panama City Beach. WOW!

It was really, really hot the past few days, so I didn't cover as many beaches as I would have liked. I was really hoping to get to the Navarre Beach area and to Fort Pickens and Fort McRee. That's right, Fort McRee. Although it is now underwater, I really think I ought to at least visit the beach named after my ancestors!

So stay tuned! I took several hundred photos.

I also got a sample of the whitest beach sand I could find up here. I'm going to compare it to the whitest sand I can find on the lower Gulf coast. I'll see if I can post photos and we can decide once and for all, who has the whitest sand!

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