Female bodybuilders compete in the annual Muscle Beach Championship bodybuilding and bikini competition at Venice Beach, California on September 7, 2015. Continue reading »
French artist Cece just finished working on a beautiful eye piece located somewhere on the beach of Siouvilhle-Hague in France. Continue reading »
These breathtaking images capture the hidden depths of one of the worlds largest caves, which is so big its home to a beach, a river and a jungle. At more than 130m high, and 150m across, the imposing cave is so big as high as the London Eye and wider than one-and-a-half football pitches. Continue reading »
Chinese women wear face-kinis as they walk in to the water to swim at the beach on August 20, 2014 in the Yellow Sea in Qingdao, China. The locally designed mask is worn by many local women to protect them from jellyfish stings, algae and the sun’s ultraviolet rays. Continue reading »
As the two-time winner of the Food Network’s Challenge: Outrageous Pumpkins, Ray Villafane is best known for his expert artistry in food carving. However, he’s now recognized for more after accepting to take on a sand sculpting project in Jesolo, Italy. Despite not having any experience in creating sand sculptures, Villafane challenged himself and took part in the annual holiday project. He did such an exceptional job in November 2008, that he was invited the next summer to masterfully sculpt a giant “Dante’s Inferno” on the beach. Incredible!
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Cadbury has built a castle made of chocolate pebbles (Picture: Cadbury) Continue reading »
Models present lingerie wear collection by Valiesere and Hom at Tanjong Beach Sentosa during a Beach Festival Show Run Down in Singapore on August 3, 2013. (AFP/Scanpix) Continue reading »
People walk with their pet dogs at Takeno Beach on August 4, 2013 in Toyooka, Japan. This beach is open for dogs and their owners every summer between the months of June and September. (Buddhika Weerasinghe/Getty Images) Continue reading »
You first met Emily Didonato back in February when she was a featured rookie in the 2013 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. Her career has since taken off in a big way. She is dating a major movie star and is the current face of everyone’s favorite cologne in 8th grade, Acqua Di Gioia. Today she is back modeling for Lindex´s new Autumn 2013 Lingerie Collection. Continue reading »
Darkness fell on Clematis Street, fertile ground this Saturday night for the young and undead. But for the first time this year, the city gated the event with police, charged $10 admission and imposed a 9 p.m. curfew for all unaccompanied minors, hoping to curb the underage drinking and general mayhem that led to a crowd of more than 70,000 and 71 police calls just two years ago. Photography by Brynn Anderson/The Palm Beach Post. Continue reading »
A giant eyeball from a mysterious sea creature washed ashore and was found by a man walking the beach in Pompano Beach. No one knows what species the huge blue eyeball came from. The eyeball will be sent to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Research Institute in St. Petersburg to be examined. (Carli Segelson/Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission)
Swim Week brings the sexy, unabashed world of swimwear to Miami Beach through Tuesday — luring designers, retailers, models, fashion show producers and international press to South Florida, all to feast their eyes on the latest designs.
A model wears swimwear from the collection of Luli Fama. (Lynne Sladky/Associated Press) Continue reading »
Anybody want a peacock? How about 200?
The Fox Hollow community in Boynton Beach is considering paying a trapper $6,000 to round up half the neighborhood population of peafowl and kill them.
“I want every one of them out of here,” said resident Dorothy Laswell. “They bang on my French doors, throw themselves at my windows, and wake me up every morning, jumping on my roof at 6 o’clock. And during mating season, they scream and holler.”
Similar complaints have led Fox Hollow to invite a trapper to spend weeks in the neighborhood assessing the population and figuring out what can be done. There are an estimated 400 peafowl living in Fox Hollow, and they have their defenders. So the homeowner’s association is considering a compromise of sorts: eliminating half the bird population.
Story by Frank Cerabino.
Photography by Allen Eyestone/The Palm Beach Post.
The Fox Hollow community in Boynton Beach is proposing to remove a couple of hundred peacocks that live on the gated community’s property. They apparently escaped years ago from nearby Knollwood Groves, where they were an attraction until the groves were torn down for another housing development. Continue reading »
Kate Upton landed the No. 2 spot in AskMen’s Top 99 Most Desirable Women of 2012 poll; and her new Beach Bunny Swimwear Ads make it clear why.
Upton, a glorified Sports Illustrated model who has gained fame for her enviable curves and her sweet smile, is the face of Beach Bunny Swimwear’s Spring 2012 collection. The blonde stunner poses in the ad campaign and a number of catalog shots. The picturesque setting and colorful bikinis make for a stunning pictorial. Continue reading »
If only you knew just how hard Svetlana and Marty Simon — and their few hundred chickens — worked for each egg they harvest, you’d never look at breakfast the same way.
The Boynton Beach farmers are up at 4 a.m. to feed the animals at their Heritage Hen Farms, change their water, chase the goats to the pasture, clean out the coops, collect eggs, find rogue egg layers, scrub the duck tubs, check the bees, check the fences. Then they go to their day jobs, only to return later for more farm work.
“To produce nutritious food like this takes so much labor,” Svetlana says.
Yes, but it’s paradise for the chickens. The Heritage hens (and geese and ducks and guinea hens and one lone turkey named Thomas) live a truly free-range lifestyle. (Photos by Libby Volgyes)
A sign welcomes visitors to the coop, where families can see firsthand where the eggs come from. Continue reading »
Tourists walk on a pile trestle above a beach on the Liaohe River Delta that has been blanketed by a red plant known as ‘seepweed’ in Panjin, Northeast China’s Liaoning province, Sept 12, 2011. The red–carpet-like scene has attracted more than 5, 000 visits during this year’s three-day holiday of Mid-Autumn Festival, starting from the night before the holiday began, on Sept 9, 2011. Each autumn the beach is covered by the seasonal red plant, attracting thousands of visitors. (Xinhua) Continue reading »
Sexy, bikini-clad models strutting down runways. Designers from around the world unveiling their newest collections. Buyers, international press and celebrities soaking in the fun, excitement and heat of South Beach.
Swim Week brings the fabulous, daring world of swimwear to Miami Beach with an array of fashion and trade shows, parties and satellite events — all luring thousands of designers, models, retailers, fashion show producers and international press to our shores to bask in the glow of the latest designs.
Lisa Burke, a designer for Lisa Blue swimwear, and Guia Golden of Diesel, watch a model at a casting call for the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim in the penthouse of the Raleigh Hotel. (Charles Trainor Jr./The Miami Herald) Continue reading »
Two boys look at the body of a humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) at Toluca beach, 50 km south from San Salvador, El Salvador on July 4. (Jose Cabezas / AFP – Getty Images). Click to zoom.