Florida October 07, 2015
What These 16 Florida Photographers Captured Will Blow You Away – Part 2
By now, we hope everyone agrees how stunning our state is, but we’ll never get tired of showing it off. This is the second installment in our series on jaw-dropping photographs of Florida submitted to
Only in Florida by our readers. We hope you enjoy these breathtaking photos and help us share Florida’s multifaceted beauty.
If you’d like to submit a photo, please see the instructions at the end of this post.
1. Thank you, Beverly Reaume, for this stunning sunrise in St. Petersburg.
The range of colors that can be captured here is incredible.
2. Rhett Butler captured this wild scene at Big Cypress National Preserve.
I hope he didn't have to get too close!
3. Rebecca Rarey shared this photo of Coquina Beach in Bradenton Beach.
This classic Florida scene was captured perfectly.
4. Joan Sherry-Cute shared her secret spot in Satellite Beach.
There's so much hidden beauty just waiting to be discovered here.
5. This peaceful scene was submitted by Danny DeRose.
This must have been taken during the "magic hour," because the light in this photo is divine.
6. Thank you, Rick Mann, for this jaw-dropping shot of early morning on Merritt Island.
This photo is so beautiful, it's almost surreal.
7. Janice Orchard shared this shot of our breathtaking Florida skies.
As she pointed out, it really looks like a crown in the sky. Amazing.
8. This iconic Florida scene was captured by Patricia Gaviria.
You've got to love our many beautiful trees.
9. Thank you, Carl McCaskey, for submitting this shot of the sunset at Jacksonville Beach.
You simply can not beat the gorgeous skies in Florida.
10. Jeff Terris captured this shot while camping.
Took this while camping on the Chassahowitzka River in Homossasa.
11. Hollie Brockman captured this idyllic scene in Callaway.
What a postcard-perfect shot.
12. We just had to share this second shot by Beverly Reaume of the crashing waves at the House of Refuge in Stuart.
A lot of people don't even realize places like this exist in Florida!
13. Kimberly Railing shared this shot of Shepard Park in Stuart.
Don't you wish you were here?
14. Thank you, Kenny Cousins, for this shot of Salt Creek in St. Petersburg.
This shows Florida's beauty even without its bright colors.
15. Don Easley shared this spectacular sunset at Lake Cadence in The Villages.
This is one of those simply breathtaking sunsets we're famous for.
16. Larry Warsh captured this jaw-dropping shot of sunrise at Pompano Beach.
The color and reflection make this one of the most beautiful shots we've ever seen.
Aren’t these photos gorgeous? Which is your favorite? We would love to feature more reader submissions each week, so please send your best shots of Florida to
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