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Photos of the Week 9/12 through 9/18

Despite a bloom of jellyfish in the shallows people flocked South Pointe Park beach on Saturday for the famous Floatopia event. It is a BYOF meaning Bring Your Own Floaty, everyone grouped together in the warm waters in tubes, floaties, lounge chairs and even the occasional blow up giraffe. Katie Guest // Contributing Photographer

TUBE TIME: Despite a bloom of jellyfish in shallow waters, people flocked to South Pointe Park on Saturday for the Floatopia event. Participants, including many UM students, grouped together in the warm waters in tubes, floaties and lounge chairs. Each participant was required to bring their own float. Katie Guest // Contributing Photographer

 

Sophomore Chelsea Cook follows the direction of instructor Carmen Meeks at Well Canes yoga on Wednesday morning. Stephanie Lorenzo // Contributing Photographer

EARLY ZEN: Sophomore Chelsea Cook follows the direction of instructor Carmen Meeks at Well Canes yoga on Wednesday. Stephanie Lorenzo // Contributing Photographer

UM Engineering students work on completing their aircraft on Wednesday afternoon that will take flight at Redbull Flugtag on Saturday. The event, held at Bayfront Park in Downtown Miami, brings together teams that construct homemade aircraft and fly them from an elevated barge into the ocean, aiming to fly the furthest distance. Last year's team won the "People's Choice Award" for their Angry Birds themed craft. Vote for this year's team by texting "MIA15" to 72855 (voting opens at noon today). Nick Gangemi // Assistant Photo Editor

FLAP YOUR WINGS: Engineering students work on completing their aircraft that will take flight at Redbull Flugtag on Saturday. The event, which will be held at Bayfront Park in Downtown Miami, brings together teams that construct homemade aircraft. The teams fly their contraptions and fly them from an elevated barge into the ocean, aiming to fly the farthest distance. Last year’s team won the “People’s Choice Award” for their Angry Birds themed craft. To vote for this year’s team, text “MIA15” to 72855.
Nick Gangemi // Assistant Photo Editor

September 23, 2013

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