Greenish-Blue Surf Beach Day Florida Style

Vivid blue-green wave.

I spent today on the coast under full sun and summer-like temps, after being cooped up in the house all day Friday nowcasting for the tornado outbreak in Mississippi and Alabama on Friday. I got to the beach while the winds were still offshore before the easterly sea breeze kicked in. This made the small ground swell glassy and allowed me to get some cool photography shots of the waves before getting all choppy. 

I shot about 50 pictures of the blue-green surf, along with several bodyboarders. The photo above is one of my favorites of the day, but I have a few more that I’d like to share, and I will post them in the upcoming wave surf gallery soon.

While on the beach shooting pictures today, I was being updated now and then from Jim Edds on yet another significant tornado outbreak taking place, but this time in the Carolina’s. It was hard to think that here I am enjoying a fantastic beach day, and 400-500 miles up the east coast a large tornado event was unfolding. Spring 2011 severe storm season is truly showing itself now, and there looks to be more to come next week.

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What an awesome photo!
April 18, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterCourtney

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