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Topic Title: Re-edits: old, fresh, and revived photos
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Created On: 06/25/2020 10:22 PM
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 12/25/2022 05:08 PM
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Re-edits of a wave that ended with a broken board at Sebastian Inlet, Jan. 24, 2020. A bit sharper, noise removed. Editing software keeps getting better.
 12/25/2022 05:50 PM
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Another from Jan 24, 2020. Good afternoon light.
 12/29/2022 01:53 AM
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    inexplicably popular at Flickr. A palm-lined walk at Heathcote Botancial Gardens, leading to the little Rain Forest, behind a lighted gateway.
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    here were endless problems with getting programmed floodlights to work in this area. As if there were an electronics curse. This night was looking pretty good.


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 01/04/2023 06:56 AM
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That's quite the tombstone for a Florida wave!

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I was right.
 01/10/2023 05:37 AM
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    New, longer model. Only one size, 10, is available, and then only by invitation--Yucca is checking to see how users like them before going ahead with full scale production. The "beige" color, really a soft yellow, looks sort of yucky under artificial light, beautiful in clear water on a sunny day.
    Update: Yucca will be selling the longblades when the summer container of fins arrives. They passed the user test.


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 01/10/2023 05:42 AM
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    Fin comparisons. Leblon (no longer available) is at top, yellow with red. Viper Vector V-7 yellow. It's an especially long fin, long popular with California bodysurfers and lifeguards, now almost disappeared. Yucca longblade, looking kind of brown under the light. Viper regular model.
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    View from above, same order.
 01/10/2023 06:03 AM
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    Re-edited from Jan 24, 2022. Serious surf housing.
    Another fresh edit
 01/10/2023 06:11 AM
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    Messy but kind of interesting. Also a Jan 24 2020 update


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    Back to last month, a flowering Bougainvillea bonsai decked with lights at Heathcote Botanical Garden in Fort Pierce.
    This big concrete gorilla showed up in a Fort Pierce warehouse. It was ugly when donated to Heathcote Garden, then a local artist clothed it in fragments of old coffee cups, tiles, and some glass. It was given color-changing lights.
 01/14/2023 05:08 AM
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    Update of an interesting but poor-light photo from Feb 25, 2017 at Cape Hatteras. Gulf Stream was working wonders on water temperature, but only two guys were skinning it, rest full wetsuits.


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 01/14/2023 05:19 AM
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    More cats at Heathcote Botanical Garden. Both showed up recently, both were only slowly tolerated by the resident cat. Now the resident cat is interacting with them, a bit, and the black and white one (dubbed "Buddy") is seeking out people for petting. Not easy to take a photo of a cat that's rubbing your pants. Creamsicle colored one will put up with being looked at with a camera. She answers to Sugar. It seems she's an older cat, perhaps stray, perhaps dumped at the garden.


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 01/17/2023 05:44 PM
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    This photo of a gumbo-limbo branch weighed down with lots of fruits, taken this fall at Vero South Beach, got a fair amount of attention, so here it is.
 01/23/2023 10:41 AM
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    A casual Newport Wedge photo (June 3 2021). Kid, dog, beach. What's not to like, other than the cloud layer.
    I didn't notice the checkered socks until doing editing. This has been a popular item at Flickr. I think it's the pup.


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    Old Havana, calle Neptuno at calle Escobar panorama. Tour group's taxi. The crowd is at a Panadería. Feb. 2023.
    The Panaderia crowd, earlier
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    Second and third floor of a building on Calle Neptuno.


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An accidental video from The Wedge. I was eyeing the rip current along the long jetty through my camera viewfinder when a kid showed up, so video turned on and a little story played out. The kid, and a friend (who you see at the end) had been out for a swim/bodysurf and were obviously competent. But it's easy to make a beginner's mistake with a rip, like not exactly realizing what's going on. Lifeguard's handling was great.
 03/01/2023 02:26 AM
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    Moon with Jupiter Feb. 22 2023


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    Colpothrinax wrightii, palma barrigona in western Cuba on a farm, next to a tomato patch.


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Wabasso beach park, May 2021. He was getting frustrated by both the non-breaking waves and Sargassum, which was coating the beach.

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    Baby Coccothrinax and mature ones in a serpentine barren, western Cuba (Pinar del Río). We have a native Coccothrinax from Palm Beach County southward, likes beach areas, worth growing in places like Satellite Beach. Cuba has a whole bunch of species, some with tiny distributions.
 03/17/2023 07:45 PM
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Quemado de Güines, Villa Clara Province, north coast east of Havana. Founded 1667. St Augustine's a lot older.


Edited: 03/17/2023 at 07:47 PM by ww
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