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Wordless Wednesday: Shrimp Boat Heading out to Sea in Rough Weather

A shrimp boat heading out to sea in rough weather circa 1992 taken with my old Minolta 35mm film camera. The cruise terminals were not even built yet and I could buy a big paper bag full of rock shrimp for $20. It reminds me of the weather we just had as a result of Hurricane Sandy which narrowly missed Florida. My heart goes out to everyone in the Northeast affected by this super storm.

Shrimp Boat Heading out to Sea

Pelicans hudding together from the wind. These shrimp boats are esentially gone from the Port now as it transitioned into a tourist and cruise destination with an emphasis on events and entertainment.

 Pelicans and Shrimp Boats

 It's time to have some fun in the the Sunshine State!

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Wordless Wednesday: Shrimp Boat Heading out to Sea in Rough Weather
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A shrimp boat heading out to sea in rough weather circa 1992 taken with my old Minolta 35mm film camera. The cruise terminals were not even built yet and I could buy a big paper bag full of rock shrimp for $20. It reminds me of the weather we just… more
Silent Saturday at Port Canaveral: Ocean Racer and Rusty's Seafood…
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The Canaveral Ocean Racer will take you out to sea with twin diesel engines to view dolphins and have an exciting time on the water. Pictured in the background is Rusty's Seafood and oyster bar which has been a fixture at the Port forever. The early… more
Fridays Fotos: Fish Tank Bully
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My fish tank showing a blue African Cichlid, 2 tiger barbs and a golden gourami. The cichlid was given to a breeder because he terrorized the other fish. They are very territorial and aggressive but very smart as well. I'm sure he's being taken care… more
Everything Nice with Sugar and Spice and Face Paint
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Pictured below is my friend Barb's Grandkid. She just had her face painted at Cape Canaveral's Friday Fest and you can tell she is pretty pleased with the results. What a cutie!! Friday Fest is held on the first Friday of every month and both the… more
Speechless Sundays: Peacock in my Garden.
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Cape Canaveral has a very substantial population of Peacocks and Peahens that mostly reside on the ocean side of SR A1A. Every now and then, a brave one crosses the roadway and ends up in my garden to pick up fallen seeds from my bird feeder. .. more
4th of July Fireworks Video and Photos from Port Canaveral, Florida
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Fireworks displays were everywhere here on Florida's Space Coast. This video was taken with my Panasonic HD-TM90 beside Fishlips Restaurant in Port Canaveral. It also features views of the after fireworks party at Grill's and the Port after dark… more
Wordless Wednesday: New Bougainvillea Buds Emerging in the Garden
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These beautiful flowers will soon be a cascade of color in our Florida Garden. Fla. students get $173, 500 in scholarships Awards go to 120 young people as "our investment in the future, " says Florida Realtors… more
Sunset Clouds at ActiveRain: What Do You See?
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What do you see in these Cape Canaveral Sunset Clouds? You can imagine anything you want to if you let the sunset sky transport you to another world. Before you know it, you will wake up refreshed and ready to serve your clients once again. &… more
Speechless Sundays: Orange Surprise!
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This beautiful orange lily just popped open this morning in an old pot whose flowers had long ago died. I don't recall these lilies ever being there, so the seed must have migrated. Maybe it's a sign that something good is going to happen. A "… more
Wordless Wednesday: Lizard Love
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As the song says, "What the world needs now, is love, sweet love! " I snapped this photo this morning in my yard and thought I would share a little Florida nature with my friends on AR. It's just what happens in the "wilds" of… more