Photo Gallery

Island Visitors~~The crystal white sands of Siesta Key never seems to run short on foot traffic.  Whether you come for the weekly Drum Circle, the various beach classes, or stroll along the water, there is always something going on and interesting people to meet. Here are some pics of our many visitors from both near and far.  Perhaps you’ll find yourself among them…(Photos by Jaye Clements/Sarasota Photography, unless otherwise noted)

Shauna from Sarasota

Shauna from Sarasota

Olivia, Isabelle, Amber, Brie, Thomas, Priscilla, Kylie, Danielle, Ayvah from Sarasota

Olivia, Isabelle, Amber, Brie, Thomas, Priscilla, Kylie, Danielle, Ayvah from Sarasota

Jessica, Alina from Ocala

Jessica, Alina from Ocala

Lianna, Justine

Lianna, Justine

Danielle

Danielle

Josh, Cole

Josh, Cole

Regina, Delaney, Mia

Regina, Delaney, Mia

Ben, Abbie, Willow, Benny, Jessica, Amanda, Christina – volunteering at the Hang Ten event.

Ben, Abbie, Willow, Benny, Jessica, Amanda, Christina – volunteering at the Hang Ten event.

Hanna age 6, Mike and Logan age 9

Hanna age 6, Mike and Logan age 9

Pat, Gabriel

Pat, Gabriel

Brooks, Jakki and Timmy from Sarasota

Brooks, Jakki and Timmy from Sarasota

Andy, Brian (sand sculpting)

Andy, Brian (sand sculpting)

Christian age 10, Reina age 4 and Xander age 9 all from Bradenton

Christian age 10, Reina age 4 and Xander age 9 all from Bradenton

Hunter, Grace & Walker

Hunter, Grace & Walker

Vicki from Ohio

Vicki from Ohio

FIRST CATCH (photos by Trebor Britt)
Ray Bevan helping his son Tristan (7) reel in his first saltwater fish, a 16 1/2 inch Black Drum weighing 5-6 pounds. Tristan willnever forget the first time he fished the sparkling waters of the Gulf of Mexico off spectacular Siesta Beach.  Ray just moved his family here from West Virginia and owns a Christian Life Coaching business.  raymondbevan13@gmail.com

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 AERIAL HOOP Below are photos of Lee James Kirk and Marina Luna of Sarasota demonstrating part of their “Bullwhip Tango” act which mixes aerial acrobatics and bullwhip targeting on Siesta Beach recently.  They merged their skills last year to create the act.  (Photos by Trebor Britt)
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 And, we end this month’s photo gallery with our lovely “Island Girls”
 Meet Julie, she’s from Bradenton. Julie enjoys working our at Uppercut Boxing & Fitness, mud racing with her friends and spending time with her two daughters.  Julie is an Office Manager for an engineering firm and tries to visit Siesta Beach a couple times per month. (Photos by Trebor Britt)
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 Our other October Island Girl is Melanie and she’s from Orlando.  Melanie enjoys beach volleyball, golf and surfing. She works as a Human Resources Coordinator for Darden restaurants.  A graduate of Florida Community College in Jacksonville, she visits Siesta Beach several times a year. It’s her favorite place to play beach volleyball.
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