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Photography by George G Bailey. images of nature: we're people too...


Please note: The thumbs are in gray scale, full size images are in brilliant color. All photo's were taken using a Professional Grade Sony Mavica MVC FD85 with a resolution of 1280 x 960. Images displayed on this web page is property of George G Bailey of Bailey's Popcorn Cafe and may be purchased in print (4x6 or 5x7) or in the back of a T-shirt by following the links next to the pictures (coming soon), or writing to Mr. Bailey. Image resolution has been reduced for Internet display. Best viewed with a high speed connection and a major browser such as Safari or Firefox.


George Bailey has his Tunes
(Melbourne Florida)
4/8/05


The Steal, and the Drive
(Melbourne Beach, Florida)
4/9/05


Walking the Trail.
(Melbourne, Florida)
5/705


Cool Hat
(Clearwater, Florida)
5/8/05


Frenchy's Cheeseburger in Paradise
(Clearwater, Florida)
5/8/05


Deja Band, Steel Drums.
(Viera Florida)
5/14/05

Butterflies
(Viera, Florida)
5/14/05

In Flight
(Sebastian Florida)
5/28/05

Why God Made Trees
(Cocoa, Florida)
4/16/05

A Great Flag
(Sebring Florida)
8/28/05

The Bridge
(Sebring Florida)
8/28/05

Footprints in the Sand
(Sebastian, Florida)
5/28/05


 

George Bailey has his Tunes
(Melbourne Florida)
4/8/05

This photo was taken while watching a track and field meet at Palm Bay High School where his daughter was competing.

She won a second place finish in the standing long jump, and a first place finish in the 200 meter.

Nothing special here, just fooling around with the camera ended up with some really cool pictures.

Palm Bay High School is located in South East Melbourne, Florida.

 

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The Steal, and the Drive
(Melbourne Beach, Florida)

4/9/05

Basketball on the playground is probably one of the most fundamental means of exercise and fun available to children around the country today.

This image is available for purchase in print or on the back of a T-shirt. Through Bailey's Popcorn Cafe and Cafe Press.

 

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Walking The Trail
(Melbourne Florida)
5/7/05

Named after Melbourne Village Naturalist Erna Nixon and dedicated on her 90th birthday, November 3rd , 1981. Erna Nixon Park is one of the very few places left in Melbourne Florida where you can catch a glimpse of the Florida of old.

 

 

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Cool Hat
(Clearwater, Florida)
5/8/05

While thumbing through over a thousand images while picking some of my favorites for this site, I came across this little guy, and wanted to find a place for him here.

This photo was taken on Clearwater Beach not far from street performers and the live music.

 

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Frenchy's Cheeseburger in Paradise
(Clearwater, Florida)
5/8/05

While traveling with my lovely guide Amanda K, on an absolutely perfect day, she brought me to this fun, colorful restaurant, Frenchy's Rockaway Grill, right on the beach in Clearwater Florida. There's good music, and good fun.

As for the food, I found it very good, go for the Jerk Salmon.

 

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Deja Band, Steel Drums.
(Viera Florida)
5/14/05

Deja is a local band which is internationally recorded. They have several albums yet can be found playing at Jamaica-me-Crazy on Cocoa Beach, Club 321 in Melbourne, or a private Party such as a company picnic at the Brevard Zoo in Viera. Their brand of reggae, calypso and socca is sure to have you dancing.

 

 

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Butterflies
(Viera, Florida)
5/14/05

The Brevard Zoo has many cool attractions This particular favorite is the butterfly exhibit.

 

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In Flight
(Sebastian Florida)
5/28/05

Ashton: A giant leap for kids everywhere.

Taken at Pelican Point Park, mainland, Sebastian near US1.

 

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Why God Made Trees
(Cocoa Florida)
4/16/05

Cocoa Village Park, next to the river.

 

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A Great Flag
(Sebring Florida)
8/28/05

Next to Lake Jackson.

 

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The Bridge
(Sebring Florida)
8/28/05

 

Taken at Highlands Hammock State Park while touring the park with my trusty guide Jo Coombs.

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Footprints in the Sand
(Sebastian Florida)
5/28/05

 

Taken at Pelican Point Park, mainland, Sebastian near US1.

The Barrier Island has the holds the Nations First Federal Wildlife refuge.

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