Once again it is time to retire the surf board and prepare the book bag for another school year. But wait…if you are on Anna Maria Island you really don’t have to retire that surfboard…it is 90 something degrees and we will continue to see weather fit for the outdoors activities well into winter. Just make sure you get that homework done then head on down to the beach to catch a wave and enjoy the balmy and alluring waters of the gulf coast. It has been an unusually hot summer but we have those gentle gulf breezes that caress you as you soak up the beauty of our Island! I have spotted dolphins almost daily frolicking in the gulf and the sunsets continue to amaze me. We have seen our share of storms moving through the area which presents a perfect scenario for very dramatic sunsets. When there are strings of clouds placed gently on the horizon as the sun sets, the sky becomes alive as the sun heads towards the west and gently nods out of sight. The sky is illuminated with golds to scarlets and the clouds become backlit and outlined by the reflection of the sun. And what is my point? If you are missing these sunsets maybe Labor Day would be a great time to take an unexpected jaunt to one of the most beautiful islands in the world. There is nothing like a spur of the moment trip and who does not love a surprise!! There is nothing more enticing than fall on the Island…when the temperature is perfect, the skies seem to be a shade of blue done to perfection…and the sunsets are awesome! So I will see you at the beach and maybe you will be my next subject as I shoot silhouettes at sunset. Please…enjoy the sunset…!
Be sure to click twice on each photo to enlarge it…whether looking to buy or sell real estate on Anna Maria Island or surrounding areas please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org ~ 941-705-0146 ~ Come and enjoy the pleasures of our amazing sunsets and just get away from it all…you know you have been way too busy and it is time for some “laxing time”!!! Just for you!! Come and soak your toes in the warmth of the gulf waters….! Can you say awwwww!