Photo Gallery

| April 1, 2014
Spring Break this year brought many students and families to our shores looking for some sun and fun.  Among them is this month’s island girl, Allison (21) from Houston, TX.  Allison enjoys working out, hanging out with her friends and painting.  She’s a student at Ole Miss and is majoring in Broadcast Journalism.  “It is my first time visiting Siesta Key, she says. “I absolutely loved it.  Beautiful beach. It’s a great place to relax but also to have fun.  It’s really nice to jog on the beach right before the sun sets so you get to enjoy the beautiful view. For nightlife, we enjoyed Daiquiri Deck and the Beach Club.  SKOB had great happy hour deals.  It was my last spring break and we picked the right place. I would like to get a place here one day for a vacation home. We saw a lot of families and it seems like a great place for children. I also love the small island feel about Siesta Key. And, everyone there is very friendly! Felt like we practically were from there by the end of the trip!” (photos by Jaye Clements – Sarasota Photography)  If you would like to be considered for our next island girl, please contact us at islandvp@verizon.net (You must be of legal age to participate) ~
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Scott, Julie (11) she wants to be a photographer, along with their dog Milo enjoying a family day fishing.

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Jim and James from SRQ

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James, Erica from TX, Anne, John from NY, Andrew(6) and Brielle(4)

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Eric and Brendan(3) from SRQ spending the day fishing.

Saira and Amoira, from Toronto, playing a squirt gun game.

Saira and Amoira, from Toronto, playing a squirt gun game.

Julie and Andrew from GA taking some photo ops.

Julie and Andrew from GA taking some photo ops.

Gabe, Daisy, Hannah, Noah, Matthew, Joshua, Meghan, Josh from Ontario enjoying a game of volleyball on SK beach.

Gabe, Daisy, Hannah, Noah, Matthew, Joshua, Meghan, Josh from Ontario enjoying a game of volleyball on SK beach.

Ted and Victoria from OH

Ted and Victoria from OH

James(10) from Sarasota

James(10) from Sarasota

Kate and Jack from WI

Kate and Jack from WI

Sam from Tampa, Allison from TX, Andrew, Eric-all the guys are students at USF and Allison from Ole Miss.

Sam from Tampa, Allison from TX, Andrew, Eric-all the guys are students at USF and Allison from Ole Miss.

Donald from Daytona

Donald from Daytona

Darci, Ally(11) and Connor(9) from Minnesota

Darci, Ally(11) and Connor(9) from Minnesota

Rachel from SK

Rachel from SK

Jane with her dogs, Jacques and Zoe from Sarasota.

Jane with her dogs, Jacques and Zoe from Sarasota.

Tracy and her husband from MI

Tracy and her husband from MI

Jack, Jeremiah, Maura, Pamela from Sarasota

Jack, Jeremiah, Maura, Pamela from Sarasota

Janine and Jimmy from Sarasota

Janine and Jimmy from Sarasota

Clay and Zoe from Port Charlotte taking in some SRQ art

Clay and Zoe from Port Charlotte taking in some SRQ art

Joanne(NY), excited to see a pelican along with Dominic and Patricia from Bradenton

Joanne(NY), excited to see a pelican along with Dominic and Patricia from Bradenton

Sheldon from MI, making some memories at SK beach with their grandchildren who live in Sarasota. Maribel(17mos) and Aubrey(20mos) and grandma Shirley also from MI

Sheldon from MI, making some memories at SK beach with their grandchildren who live in Sarasota. Maribel(17mos) and Aubrey(20mos) and grandma Shirley also from MI

Layla(6),Kaitlyn(4),Kegan(7), Landon(1) along with mom and dad (Melanie and Darren) from Ontario soak up the sun and enjoy the warmer climes

Layla(6),Kaitlyn(4),Kegan(7), Landon(1) along with mom and dad (Melanie and Darren) from Ontario soak up the sun and enjoy the warmer climes

Jackson(2), Dan and Nicole from Sarasota

Jackson(2), Dan and Nicole from Sarasota

Dave, Deb, Veronica and mike from NY

Dave, Deb, Veronica and mike from NY

Peter, Nina, and Capri(8mos) from Sarasota

Peter, Nina, and Capri(8mos) from Sarasota

JD, Hunter(2 1/2) Jeanie, Andriana and Fiona(5) from Chicago

JD, Hunter(2 1/2) Jeanie, Andriana and Fiona(5) from Chicago

BEHIND THE SMILE After 22 years working for the school board as a main dish cook at Fruitville elementary school, crossing guard Emma Henry, is still contributing to the lives of Sarasotans. She safely helps three children cross the intersection of Siesta Drive and Osprey every day during the school year. The rest of the time she's there, she brightens peoples day with her contagious smile and friendly wave. Born and raised in Sarasota Emma related, "When I was a little girl, I always wanted to be a crossing guard." photos and cutline by Trebor Britt

BEHIND THE SMILE
After 22 years working for the school board as a main dish cook at Fruitville elementary school, crossing guard Emma Henry, is still contributing to the lives of Sarasotans. She safely helps three children cross the intersection of Siesta Drive and Osprey every day during the school year. The rest of the time she’s there, she brightens peoples day with her contagious smile and friendly wave. Born and raised in Sarasota Emma related, “When I was a little girl, I always wanted to be a crossing guard.”
photos and cutline by Trebor Britt

DRIP TREES Ivy Taylor (6) of Billings, Montana and her grandmother Nikki, making drip trees from the soft white sands of Siesta Beach. When asked what she liked most about Siesta Beach Ivy said, "I like building sand castles." photos & cutline by Trebor Britt

DRIP TREES
Ivy Taylor (6) of Billings, Montana and her grandmother Nikki, making drip trees from the soft white sands of Siesta Beach. When asked what she liked most about Siesta Beach Ivy said, “I like building sand castles.”
photos & cutline by Trebor Britt

A COOLER PHOTO Lexie Curry (17) of Sarasota, Julia King (18), and Kaffie Fountain (18) of Pennsylvania, Ashley Perrone (16), Daniel Salvatore (17), Tiffany White (18), and Spencer Matosky (18) all of Sarasota, celebrating "Spring Break" on and around a large cooler on the powdery sands of Siesta beach. photos & cutline by Trebor Britt

A COOLER PHOTO
Lexie Curry (17) of Sarasota, Julia King (18), and Kaffie Fountain (18) of Pennsylvania, Ashley Perrone (16), Daniel Salvatore (17), Tiffany White (18), and Spencer Matosky (18) all of Sarasota, celebrating “Spring Break” on and around a large cooler on the powdery sands of Siesta beach.
photos & cutline by Trebor Britt

DANCING IN THE SAND (No ID's Needed) photos & cutline by Trebor Britt

DANCING IN THE SAND
(No ID’s Needed)
photos & cutline by Trebor Britt

COLLEGE FRIENDS Four students on spring break from Southern Methodist University in Dallas Texas enjoying the sun and the sand on Siesta beach. Pictured are Claire Wilt (18) a pre-med student, Alexis Sunshine (19) biochemistry, Morgan Hoff (19) undecided, and Shelby Kehr (19) computer science. photos & cutline by Trebor Britt

COLLEGE FRIENDS
Four students on spring break from Southern Methodist University in Dallas Texas enjoying the sun and the sand on Siesta beach. Pictured are Claire Wilt (18) a pre-med student, Alexis Sunshine (19) biochemistry, Morgan Hoff (19) undecided, and Shelby Kehr (19) computer science.
photos & cutline by Trebor Britt

A TRUSTING BROTHER Silas (6) of Aalborg, Denmark showing great trust in allowing his sister India (4) and his mom Pernilla to bury him in the soft, fluffy sands of Siesta beach. They have visited Siesta Beach almost a dozen times. Silas dad said, "I love the wide beach, soft sand and clear water." photo & cutline by Trebor Britt

A TRUSTING BROTHER
Silas (6) of Aalborg, Denmark showing great trust in allowing his sister India (4) and his mom Pernilla to bury him in the soft, fluffy sands of Siesta beach. They have visited Siesta Beach almost a dozen times.
Silas dad said, “I love the wide beach, soft sand and clear water.”
photo & cutline by Trebor Britt

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That wraps it up for this month. We hope you enjoyed these fun shots.  Be sure to watch for new photos each month.  Our shutterbugs will be out and about taking pics of family and friends ~

 

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