Secrets of PCB – Close Encounters!

January 17, 2011 • 3 comments
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Welcome to our Secrets of Panama City Beach series, showing you things about the beach, you’ve never dreamed of. Well the New Year is sure off to a chilly start! […]

by Elizabeth Montgomery

Lighthouse at Sunset

February 17, 2009 • 2 comments
by Teddy Meeks

It is Freezing this Morning in Panama City Beach

January 16, 2009 • 2 comments

I looked out in the back yard this morning, and to my surprise, I found beautiful icicles hanging from one of the trees.  As I walked into my garage and […]

by Jason Koertge

Grand Lagoon

January 15, 2009 • 0 comments

It’s good to be back after the holidays.  Hope everyone has a wonderful and prosperous new year. Wild life is abundant in the lagoons and bayous surrounding PCB.  This photo […]

by Teddy Meeks

Scattered Clouds

December 10, 2008 • 0 comments

Pelicans and gulls were circling the jetties feasting on bait fish as the sun sets in the background. Teddy

by Teddy Meeks

Clear Blue

November 17, 2008 • 5 comments

Locals know this to be a fact, but many outsiders have a hard time believing the sand on our beaches is really this white.  This is an untouched photo of […]

by Teddy Meeks

Bayou Shrimp Boat

November 6, 2008 • 2 comments

This is a photo of an authentic and dying part of the Emerald Coast.  Homemade shrimping and oyster boats are all but a thing of the past along the coastal bayous […]

by Teddy Meeks

Red Sky at Night… Sailor’s Delight

October 24, 2008 • 0 comments

As the saying goes, “Red sky in the morning… sailor take warning.  Red sky at night… sailor’s delight”.  Guess this night was a great time for the boys on the […]

by Teddy Meeks

Constant Motion

October 17, 2008 • 1 comment

I realize this is not a “nature photo” per se, but it certainly speaks to the pure joy and exhilaration children have when hunting for shells on our beautiful beach. […]

by Teddy Meeks

Sea Urchins and Seaweed

October 10, 2008 • 1 comment

I happened upon this scene one day while exploring Shell Island with the kids.  Sea Urchin “shells” are the extremely fragile exoskeleton of the spiny urchins that remain after the […]

by Teddy Meeks