Florida May 29, 2016
18 Pictures That Will Forever Change The Way You See Florida
We believe Florida is one of the most beautiful places on Earth, and you probably see evidence of that every day. These photographers have captured Florida in ways you’ve never seen it before, proving that there’s always something new to discover in our beautiful state.
1. This Sarasota sundown looks like a dream.
2. This shot taken at the Kennedy Space Center is out of this world.
3. It turns out that the Florida Keys are just as beautiful seen from space.
The Florida Keys many colors were captured when the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) aboard the Aqua satellite captured this true-color image.
NASA/GSFC/Jeff Schmaltz/MODIS Land Rapid Response Team
4. A Ferris Wheel in action at Miracle Strip at Pier Park, Panama City.
5. A tour guide walking past the Zadok Gallery in the Wynwood Art District of Miami.
6. This colorful mural is part of the Wynwood Walls in Miami.
7. Icy branches on a tree in Jacksonville.
8. National Day of the American Cowboy being celebrated in Okeechobee.
9. The rock formations of Blowing Rock Preserve in Jupiter are truly spectacular.
10. This scene was captured inside a yoga class at the Hindu Temple of Florida in Tampa.
11. Dunes covered in cheery goldenrod at T.H. Stone Memorial St. Joseph Peninsula State Park, Cape San Blas.
12. This gorgeous, golden sunset took place on Westgate Resorts River Ranch, located near Lake Wales.
13. This exotic temple is one of many unexpected sights at Disney's Epcot Center.
14. This shot captures Tampa's towering trees from an interesting angle.
15. This sunset shot in Kissimmee looks like it was hand-painted in the brightest watercolors.
16. A baby Key Deer, an extremely rare species found only in the Florida Keys, crossing No Name Bridge on Big Pine Key.
17. The crystalline waters of Ichetucknee Springs look like rippled glass from below the surface.
18. This starry sky was captured at TH Stone Memorial St Joseph Peninsula State Park, Cape San Blas.
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