By John Martin, NHL.com EditorThe Tampa Bay Lightning and Florida Panthers both have natural beauty attractions on their websites, and neither have the most beautiful game in the NHL.
But when it comes to Florida’s best natural sights, Tampa Bay has the edge, and there’s a reason.
It has a rich history of natural beauty.
The Tampa bay area is home to more than 300 natural landmarks, including the famous Tarpon Springs, a natural wonderland of thousands of flowers, that is part of the Tampa Bay National Seashore.
The Tarpons are the largest natural landmark in Florida, stretching over 1,500 acres, with a peak height of about 6,000 feet, and it was built in 1902.
The water is beautiful, with deep blue water flowing around the rocks.
The Tarpans are known for being very good at fishing, which is why the city of Tampa has a reputation for being a fishing destination.
The town also has some of the best beaches in the state, as well as some of Florida’s most scenic beaches, such as the Tampa-area’s popular Outer Banks.
If you’re in the Tampa area and looking for a place to go, look for the Tampa skyline, which was the backdrop for the opening of the Tarpontas.
The skyline, a collection of tall towers and towers, stretches about 200 feet high, and the water is crystal clear.
The Tampa skyline is a perfect backdrop for a visit to the Tampons, which has a total of 15 buildings, including a church, a statue of the Virgin Mary and the Great Tampa Bay Bridge.
The natural beauty of the city and its surrounding area, is well known and well documented.
The beauty is everywhere in the city, from the historic Tampa Bay skyline, to the natural wonders around the city.
For instance, look at the area near the Tampa Bay airport, the city’s only terminal.
The airport’s parking lot, known as the Stairway to Heaven, has a large collection of natural wonders that is easily accessible to visitors, and includes the largest waterfalls in the world.
The Stairways also house a waterfall and a lake that is only a few feet wide.
It’s also home to the most spectacular sunset in the country, and is a favorite for beach-goers.
Another highlight of the airport’s downtown area is the downtown’s St. Thomas Aquinas church, which offers the most elaborate Gothic interior, including stained glass windows and stained-glass windows that can be seen from a balcony.
The church is also home for the St. Luke’s Basilica, a Gothic structure that is the tallest church in the U.S. The St. James Aquinas Basilica is the only church that is built on the site of a former military hospital, and was used as a hospital for many years.
There’s also a museum in the downtown area, the largest collection of American Indian artifacts in the nation.
The museum is the largest in the South Florida area, with nearly 1,000 artifacts.
There are a few museums in the area that don’t offer the same level of museum quality, however, the Tampa Museum of Art is one of them.
The Florida Museum of Natural History is one other popular museum, but it is a little pricey.
Tampa is also known for its natural beauty, as it is one the most biodiverse cities in the United States.
It has the fifth-highest percentage of natural habitat in the continental U.