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By Alex DaleyPublished Apr 15, 2017 12:00:18As a longtime photographer who has shot more than a thousand sunbathing sunbathes in the Sunshine State, photographer and videographer Lauren Smith has seen the beauty and fun of it all.
Smith was one of the first to capture a photo of a sunset in Florida with her iPhone in 2017.
The photo was so good, Smith decided to share it with the world on Instagram, where it went viral.
Smith has been working with a local beach for the past seven years, and has been snapping photos of sunbathed couples on the water since 2016.
Smith’s photogenic photos have gotten her noticed by some of the world’s most famous celebrities, including the Kardashians and Beyonce.
The caption of one photo reads: “The sun is coming up!
Smith is still in love with the Sunshine state, but she has recently been working more and more with people in the city of Miami, which is home to her studio.
“I am just excited to share this photo with the people of Miami and to have this photoshoot in my backyard,” Smith said in a statement to Fox News.
Sunshine State sunbatheers can expect to be getting sunburnt.
As of Monday, the sun is expected to be over Florida by Thursday morning, with a total of 13.3 million total days until sunrise.
The National Weather Service said it will keep an eye on the conditions to keep people from running into storms.
Weather.com has also issued a weather warning for parts of Florida and South Carolina for a storm expected to hit Tuesday night, bringing up to 20 inches of rain and damaging winds, with potential flash flooding.