One of those rare days on Jupiter Beach when the waves were somewhat conducive to surfing. Many surfers and paddle boarders came out in force to take advantage of the conditions.
These pictures were take on Sunday November 25th, 2012 at around 2 PM.
Probably would have acquired some really nice shots if had used a telephoto lens.
These pictures were taken between Jupiter Inlet and Juno Beach Pier.
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For surfing conditions in Jupiter, Florida , visit Swellinfo.com
For surfing lessons check out Blue Water School of Surfing in Juno Beach, Florida. They offer private and group surfing lessons, surf camps, and paddle board surfing lessons.
Since Jupiter Beach is one of the few beaches in South Florida where dogs are allowed, a few pet owners brought their best friends along for some surfing lessons.
Not everyone came to surf. It was a great day to just hang out at the beach with the family, play in the sand, fly a kite, and enjoy the sun and fresh air.
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The paddle boarders seemed to have an easier go of it since they didn’t have to be too selective in their wave choice thanks to a little extra push from their paddles.
Visit Ocean Magic Surf Shop, located on the corner of US-1 and Indiantown Road in Jupiter, Florida, for surfboards, clothing, and other accessories.
If you are an avid surfer, please consider joining the Surfrider Foundation of Palm Beach County, a non-profit activist group who is interested in educating and protecting our ocean, waves, and beaches.
To view a webcam of current surf conditions, check out the Jupiter Inlet Webcam.
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Originally posted 2012-12-04 15:31:57.