Sunday, December 12, 2010

For all my friends and family up north getting inches of snow, here's a picture of Florida's crummy weather. I took this a few weeks back, during the rainy season. Not to rub it in, but it's sunny and 75 right now. If you want to see more amazing pictures from the talented staff of The Palm Beach Post, check out PostPicks, two of our favorite photos from the week, published or unpublished, for our online readers and their viewing pleasure. See more of mine after the jump. Enjoy!

Pedestrians in downtown West Palm Beach dodge raindrops Wednesday afternoon. Tropical Storm Nicole was expected to bring heavy rain to the city but faded Wednesday evening.

A flag arrived at Marty Chase's house in Boynton Beach last month. With the flag was a letter sent by a New Jersey congressman, who wrote Chase,"Your judgment under fire during the Vietnam conflict saved the lives of countless brave warfighters." The flag is the much-delayed thank you for an unusual form of heroism: Chase, a munitions expert working for the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War, developed a new, faster-detonating type of grenade. Chase then advised the military not to use it. Story

110510 (Jennifer Cecil/The Palm Beach Post) Lake Worth — Antonio Lanzetta gets a trim from Jeffrey Pivaral on Friday afternoon at Shear Kut in downtown Lake Worth. The antique style barber shop was established in 1976.

Runners take off from the start line Sunday at 6:17 a.m. at the 7th Annual Palm Beaches Marathon.

092110 (Jennifer Cecil/The Palm Beach Post) WEST PALM BEACH — Dr. Peggy VanArman, professor of biology at Palm Beach Atlantic University, helps student Sarah Woods during lab in class on Tuesday. VanArman has been a professor at the PBAU since 1989.


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