Alan Stuart Martin
527 N. Decatur LaneDecatur, GA
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The sun rising over shrimp boats docked at Darien on the Georgia Coast.
Christ Church, founded during Colonal times, sites among the moss covered trees of St. Simons Island Georgia. The current sanctuary dates from the 1880s.
The little Cockspur Island Lighthouse once lit the south channel entrance to the Savannah River. A survivor of the Civil War, as well as countless storms, it now sits quietly watching sea gulls and boaters pass by.
A view of the marsh from East Beach Causeway, St. Simons Island Georgia.
Low tide finds several egrets fishing on the marsh banks near the dock of the Sapelo Island ferry.
Boaters head out for some afternoon fishing on Lazaretta Creek at Tybee Island.
A quiet walk on Jekyll Beach in the morning sun.
The Sapelo Island Light, located off the coast of Georgia, was constructed in 1820. It was completely restored in 1998 after standing vacant for over one hundred years.
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