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Sapelo River, Eulonia

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Sunset on Fancy Bluff Creek, Jekyll Island

 

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Maurice Road, Jekyll Island

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Tivoli River, Bryan County

Tivoli River Bryan County GA Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing Coastal Georgia USA 2015

This is the view at the Tivoli River Fishing Pier & Kayak Launch, on Belfast-Keller Road, and it’s the first public “kayak/canoe-only launch” in Coastal Georgia. The Tivoli is an 8.9 mile-long tidal river that flows into the Belfast River, just north of that river’s terminus at the Medway River. The fishing is generally good, too, with redfish, trout, and flounder being abundant much of the year.

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Black Island Creek at Ashantilly

Black Island Creek at Ashantilly McIntosh County GA Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing Coastal Georgia USA 2015

Thomas Spalding picked one of the most beautiful spots on the coast when he located his mainland home, Ashantilly, on the banks of Black Island Creek. I visit friends here and photograph it often and it’s always a favorite.

Black Island Creek Atlantic Tidal Marsh from Ashantilly McIntosh County GA Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing Coastal Georgia USA 2015

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Fancy Bluff Creek, Anguilla

Fancy Bluff Creek Glynn County GA Anguilla Community Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing Coastal Georgia USA 2015

Fancy Bluff is a large network of tidal creeks and tributaries in southern Glynn County. Though it’s a bit inland, it gives the appearance of being right on the coast.

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Ogeechee River at Kings Ferry

Ogeechee River Looking West Kings Ferry Landing Chatham Coiunty GA Sunset Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing Coastal Georgia USA 2015

This was shot at sunset, looking west.

 

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