Saturday, April 30, 2011

Photo of the day!


The lone tripletail out in 900 feet of water. Searching for a piece of debris floating in the water to call "home".

Thursday, April 28, 2011

Photo of the day!



This is the best place on earth, The North Fork of the Loxahatchee River. I think being in a helicopter and seeing the place where I grew up and spent the majority of my life so far was awesome. Taking all of these aerial photos of the Jupiter area was such an amazing experience.

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Photo of the day!


Yeah, that is a lion fish. I bet you would never guess where I took this underwater photo. At the Jupiter sandbar. There were a few of these guys hanging out up in the mangrove island. I never thought I would see the day when there were lion fish in the Loxahatchee river.

Another Aerial!


This aerial photo is of Peanut Island and the Lake Worth Inlet!

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Photo of the day!


I took this aerial picture of Staniel Cay, Exumas as we made our final bank into the Staniel Cay "airport". I love this moment in time because this is when I know my vacation on the best Island in the Bahamas is about to start.

Sunday, April 24, 2011

Photo of the day!


This is an underwater photo I took the other day of a 15 ft hammerhead shark eating whats left of an amberine and it was the first time I have taken an underwater picture of a hammerhead shark so I wasn't too sure what to expect. This photo was taken with my sigma 10-20 wideangle. So it makes anything close to the lens look really big and anything far from the lens really small. To put the size of this shark in perspective. This hammerhead was about 10-15 feet behind the bonita that is tied to the boat! This hammerhead shark was almost as long as our 18 foot Key west. Due to the size of our boat, this 15 foot hammerhead really put us all on edge. It was by far the biggest shark I have ever seen. The dorsal fin stood a solid 4 feet tall. And when the dorsal fin stood out of the water, it was taller than my outboard engine. As it circled the boat, we all were about to get a good idea on how massive this shark really was. It came extremely close to our transom a few times and was almost three times the beam of my boat. I had no idea we had sharks this big off the Jupiter Inlet.

Thursday, April 21, 2011

Photo of the day!


This is another aerial photo of the Jupiter inlet. For some reason aerial photographs of the Jupiter inlet and the Jupiter / Palm Beach Inlet area really catch my eye. I hope you guys are all enjoying these aerial photos of Jupiter as much as I am!

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Photo of the day!


This is an aerial photo of Juno Beach and the Juno Beach Pier.

Photo of the day!


This aerial photo is of the south end of Jupiter Island. You also have an aerial view of the lighthouse and the Loxahatchee river!

Monday, April 18, 2011

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Surfers for Autism



FILMED BY: CDasher

Local Cribs around the VOT







Photo of the day!


Seeing one of these frigate birds cruising over your boat as you are trolling, is one best things you can see while you are out trolling for some big dolphin.

This one's for Capt Pat Perrelli

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Alligator Wrestlers


Some good old Florida alligator wrestling.

Photo of the day!


This is an aerial photo the good old Jupiter Sandbar. This is a place where my family and friends have spent countless hours hanging out enjoying the beautiful weather.

Friday, April 8, 2011

Photo of the day!


This photo is an aerial photo from over the bar and restaurant in Jupiter the Square grouper or "Castaways" and Guanabanas restaurant and bar. At the base of the photo is the Squaregrouper Dock, which is filled with super nice sportfish yachts. Further up in the aerial photo is the Jupiter Lighthouse, an aerial view of Jupiter Island and the legendary Catos bridge.

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Photo of the day!


The 24 everglades anchored off Bitter Guana Cay, South of Staniel Cay, in the pristine waters of the Exumas...

Friday, April 1, 2011

Photo of the day!


This is an aerial photo of the Jupiter inlet, the Jupiter Beach Resort, Jupiter Dunes golf course and the rowdy Jupiter Maltz Theater.