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Photograph America Newsletter on Photographing Georgia
 
The state of Georgia has a fairly short coast line. You can drive from Savannah to the Florida state line in about two hours on Interstate 95. But if you're looking for some serious photography, you'll have to get off the Interstate to photograph wildlife refuges, sandy beaches, remote barrier islands, and a lot more. There are plenty of great locations for wildlife photography in the refuges and some very scenic landscapes along the marshes. In northern Georgia's Chattahoochee Mountains you can photograph waterfalls and wildflowers in their beautiful state parks. Georgia is a great place for autumn foliage when the color has faded across the Smoky Mountains. This newsletter has the directions to all the best locations for photography.
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Updated - January 2013
Photograph wildlife refuges, sandy beaches, remote barrier islands, and a lot more. There are plenty of great locations for wildlife photography in the refuges and scenic landscapes along the marshes, from the Chattahoochee Mountains in the north to the Georgia Coastline.
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Locations
  • Altamaha Waterfowl Area
  • Amicalola Falls
  • Anna Ruby Falls
  • Ansley/Hodges Memorial Marsh
  • Appalachian Trail
  • Bluebill Pond
  • Chattahoochee National Forest
  • Cloudland Canyon State Park
  • Cumberland Island
  • Darien River
  • George L. Smith State Park
  • Harris Neck National Wildlife Refuge
  • Isle of Hope
  • Jekyll Island
  • Keown Falls
  • Ridge and Valley Scenic Byway
  • Sapelo Island
  • St. Simons Island
  • Sosebee Cove Wildflower Area
  • Wormsloe Historic Site