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Saint Marys Marsh Boardwalk at Night
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Saint Marys marsh boardwalk at night. From here, there's a great view of the Saint Marys River, the surrounding marsh, and the Saint Marys waterfront. In the distance to the east are the paper mills in Fernandina Beach. To the south is the glow of greater Jacksonville and to the northwest is the glow of Kingsland. It was very humid this night so that helped to scatter the light, reducing visibility. The Milky Way was only barely perceptible.
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Uploaded: 25/08/2014
Updated: 09/09/2014
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Tags: saint marys; georgia; marsh; boardwalk; night
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