My town Fernandina Beach – an odd mix of pics

Fernandina Beach, Amelia Island, Florida – located between the Atlantic Ocean to the east and the Amelia River to the west, that’s why we’re an island.

Florida brown pelican with the Amelia River in the background. Sorry, no fish for you today!
Industrial ugly! One of two paper and pulp mills on the north end of the island near the downtown historic district.
Rusty and crusty old sign along the river.
Ornate doors greet customers in this Center Street business.
More industrial ugly. Looking south towards mill number two and its giant wood chip mountain.
If you’ve got tracks then you’ve got trains.
Center Street landmark since the late 1800s.
The Palace – Florida’s oldest continually operating saloon.
Gracious old oaks frame a business on Center Street (aka Centre Street).
It’s all in the details both large and small.
Details.
And more details.

Camera – Fujifilm FinePix S9900W

Images from April 2014 while on a photo walk about.

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