Jacksonville Beach, Florida: Surfer Statue

A surfing girl and guy are ready to hit the waves in J. Seward Johnson's "Dawn Patrol," on permanent display in the city.
N 2nd St, Jacksonville Beach, FL
1st Ave and 2nd st., Latham Plaza east of Jacksonville Beach City Hall.
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Surfer Statue

Check out this cool surfer couple statue. It looks like a real girl from a ways off. It makes you want to see if it's real or not.

[Jennifer Gilmore, 04/17/2014]

Named "Dawn Patrol," a J. Seward Johnson set of life-size, bronze painted sculptures donated to the city.

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