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Oct 4, 2021

Photo of the Day

Today’s Photo of the Day comes from Cathy Hawkins. “I took this photo on Sept. 24 while walking on the beach one morning. A little hermit crab was talking a walk in the waves too! We were on vacation visiting my son, daughter-in-law and newborn granddaughter,” Cathy said. 🦀

Oct 3, 2021

Photo of the Day

Today’s Photo of the Day comes from Too High Photography. “Another beautiful day in our little piece of paradise,” they said.

Oct 3, 2021

Photo of the Day

Today’s Photo of the Day comes from Too High Photography. “Another beautiful day in our little piece of paradise,” they said.

Oct 2, 2021

Photo of the Day

Today’s Photo of the Day comes from Mark Mullaly and shows a breathtaking sunrise on East Bay. 🌅

Oct 1, 2021

Photo of the Day

Today’s Photo of the Day comes from Cory Montgomery. Cory took his son Ethan fishing at Navarre Beach for his third birthday. 🎣

Sep 30, 2021

Photo of the Day

Today’s Photo of the Day comes from Matthew Blalock. Navarre Beach is never short of beautiful shells or sunsets! 🌅🐚

Sep 29, 2021

Photo of the Day

Today’s Photo of the Day comes from Sue Weese and it shows a colony of gulls enjoying a beautiful day at Navarre Beach. ☀️

Sep 28, 2021

Photo of the Day

Today’s Photo of the Day comes from Tessa Todd. “This photo was taken at 9 a.m. on the second day of fall 2021. Clear blue sky and clear emerald water,” Todd said. 🌊

Sep 27, 2021

Photo of the Day

Today’s Photo of the Day comes from Travis Queen. Travis took this photo of his friend Nate fishing on an early September morning as the sunrise greeted them on Navarre Beach. 🐟

Sep 26, 2021

Photo of the Day

Today’s Photo of the Day comes from Kim Ripley, who took this photo while heading into Destin. These rare, wave-like clouds are known as Kelvin-Helmholtz clouds. The National Weather Service defines this phenomenon as, “vertical waves in the air associated with wind shear across statically-stable regions.” ☁️
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