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First full day of fall a couple of days ago.
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Photo of ours from @City_GulfShores in @NatGeoTravel website-Alabama in America's Beach Towns

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Very happy to find some trails by the University of South Alabama.

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Nice sunset in Gulf Shores the other day.

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We hope everybody has a great holiday.

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In honor of the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, here are some photos that Meggan and I shot on assignment there last fall.

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We've been adding some blog posts from the last several months, including this Mardi Gras post from the Conde Explorers. Keep your eyes open for more new stuff to come.

http://keyholephoto.com/2013/06/03/conde-explorers-2/

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To put the bike ride across the Mobile River I mentioned yesterday in perspective, this image shows how far away from downtown you have to go to cross the river now. The tallest building on the left is downtown. As you can see, it's a bit of a haul.

http://www.change.org/petitions/alabama-department-of-transportation-include-bicycle-pedestrian-facilities-on-the-i-10-mobile-river-bridge
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If I were in downtown Mobile and wanted to get across the Mobile River it seems pretty easy. Drive through the Bankhead Tunnel for less than a mile and I'm there. If I'm foot or on a bike, however, I'm not allowed in either of our downtown tunnels. I will have to pedal or walk 7.7 miles to wind up 3/4 of a mile from where I started.

I hope we can make a positive change in the future and include a parallel walkway/bikeway if and when I-10 is reconfigured. Will you help make it happen?

http://www.change.org/petitions/alabama-department-of-transportation-include-bicycle-pedestrian-facilities-on-the-i-10-mobile-river-bridge

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Wayne from Deep South Pools cleans the fountain that is part of the Fairhope veterans memorial Tears of Sorrow - Tears of Joy by artist Stephen C. Spears in Fairhope, Ala., Sunday, May 26, 2013. The memorial will be dedicated Thursday, May 30.
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