on a visit to alabama’s gulf coast, we stopped at fort morgan. i loved the way the sun hit battery duportail.
i still have so many delicious memories of my visit to gulf shores and orange beach, alabama last year. i took this shot behind the gulf shores museum.
i took a golf cart tour of the hugh s. branyon backcountry trail in orange beach, alabama. an earlier group had spotted alligators and snakes, but i was content with he foliage i saw.
the magnolia springs bed and breakfast is a charming inn in alabama. when i visited it was a gray day with periods of sprinkle, but the inn was cozy and i loved the light in the upstairs window.
the gulf coast clean-up efforts continue, with crews cleaning the sand six feet deep. the beach looks beautiful and completion is expected by january 1, 2011.
sam cornman is a glass artist who displays his talents at the hot shop at the orange beach art center in alabama. he is a joy to watch and truly a gifted man.
staying on alabama’s beautiful gulf shores, preparing to head home. this morning’s sunrise took my breath away.
i’ve discovered a beautiful new place to visit: orange beach and gulf shores, alabama. yesterday morning we paid a visit to the orange beach indian and sea museum and learned some of the fistory of this fascinating place.
visiting gulf shores/orange beach, alabama, we stopped at the orange beach art center where sam cornman displayed his impressive glass blowing talents. seconds after i took this shot, the bubble exploded.