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NOAA's America's Coastlines Collection
Catalog of Images

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Red Brook Harbor Bourne
South coast of Massachusetts 1999 August
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Old Silver Beach, West Falmouth
South coast of Massachusetts 1999 August
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Buzzards Bay, West Falmouth
South coast of Massachusetts 1999 August
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Beach on Buzzards Bay, West Falmouth
South coast of Massachusetts 1999 August
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Great Sippewissett Marsh, West Falmouth
South coast of Massachusetts 1999 August
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Great Sippewissett Marsh, West Falmouth
South coast of Massachusetts 1999 August
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Black Beach, West Falmouth
South coast of Massachusetts 1999 August
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Black Beach, West Falmouth
South coast of Massachusetts 1999 August
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Black Beach, West Falmouth
South coast of Massachusetts 1999 August
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Black Beach, West Falmouth
South coast of Massachusetts 1999 August
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Great Sippewissett Marsh, West Falmouth
South coast of Massachusetts 1999 August
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Great Sippewissett Marsh, West Falmouth
South coast of Massachusetts 1999 August
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Chapaquoit Beach, West Falmouth
South coast of Massachusetts 1999 August
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Chapaquoit Beach, West Falmouth
South coast of Massachusetts 1999 August
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Old Silver Beach, West Falmouth
South coast of Massachusetts 1999 August
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Old Silver Beach, West Falmouth
South coast of Massachusetts 1999 August
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Great Sippewissett Marsh, West Falmouth
South coast of Massachusetts 1999 August
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Buzzards Bay, North Falmouth
South coast of Massachusetts 1999 August
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Buzzards Bay, North Falmouth
South coast of Massachusetts 1999 August
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Squeteauge Harbor, North Falmouth/Bourne
South coast of Massachusetts 1999 August
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Squeteauge Harbor, North Falmouth/Bourne
South coast of Massachusetts 1999 August
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New Silver Beach area, North Falmouth
South coast of Massachusetts 1999 August
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A view over the tanker piers of downtown Boston
Massachusetts, Boston
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An industrial facility on Puget Sound
Washington, Port Townsend
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The waterfront at Port Townsend
Washington, Port Townsend
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Inspecting the tide staff at Port Townsend.
Washington, Port Townsend
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Mount Rainier at sunset.
Washington, Mount Rainier
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Mount Rainier as seen by Cleveland Rockwell in the 1880's. Image is provided courtesy of Jo and Len Braarud, LaConner WA. For more information see: http:// www.braarudfineart.com
Washington, Mount Rainier
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Lake Union at night
Seattle, Washington
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A sea of masts at a Seattle marina.
Seattle, Washington
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Fishing vessels tied up in Seattle
Seattle, Washington
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Looking over a marina at the homes of lucky folks with waterfront views.
Seattle, Washington
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Fishing boats and more fishing boats
Seattle, Washington
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Sailing on Lake Union
Seattle, Washington
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The Sapelo Island visitor center near Meridian Dock on the Georgia mainland. Tours of the Sapelo Island National Estuarine Research Reserve begin here.
Georgia, Sapelo Island 1996 October
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The ferry boat "Anne Marie", named for the wife of tobacco magnate R. J. Reynolds. This vessel makes the 5-mile trip 3-4 times daily from the mainland to Marsh Landing Dock on Sapelo Island.
Georgia, Sapelo Island 1996 October
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Salt marsh at high tide, at the south end of Sapelo Island. Though Georgia's coast is only about 100 miles long, about 1/3 of all salt marsh on the East Coast of the U. S. is found here.
Georgia, Sapelo Island 1999 August
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Black needle rush and Saltmarsh cordgrass (Spartina). Maritime forest is seen in the background.
Georgia, Sapelo Island 1975 October
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A white tail deer amidst the pine and oak of the maritime forest.
Georgia, Sapelo Island 1990 Circa
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Tabby ruins at Chocolate on the northwest side of the island. Tabby refers to the building material which is a durable cement-like mixture of equal parts of water, sand, shell, and lime. These ruins are part of an antebellum plantation that was deserted following the Civil War.
Georgia, Sapelo Island 1999 August
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Tabby ruins at Chocolate on the northwest side of the island. Tabby refers to the building material which is a durable cement-like mixture of equal parts of water, sand, shell, and lime. These ruins are part of an antebellum plantation that was deserted following the Civil War.
Georgia, Sapelo Island 1996 May
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Tabby ruins at Chocolate on the northwest side of the island. Tabby refers to the building material which is a durable cement-like mixture of equal parts of water, sand, shell, and lime. These ruins are part of an antebellum plantation that was deserted following the Civil War.
Georgia, Sapelo Island 1999 August
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Looking west toward Sapelo from Cabretta Campground.
Georgia, Sapelo Island 1999 August
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A road through the live oak forest on Cabretta. The shadows weave a wonderful texture on the road surface.
Georgia, Sapelo Island 1999 August
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The campground at Cabretta.
Georgia, Sapelo Island 1996 July
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Live oaks stretch outward and upward. View from Cabretta campground.
Georgia, Sapelo Island 1996 July
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Tree roots exposed because of erosion on the north end of Sapelo's beach. Typical of barrier islands, sand from the north end of Sapelo and Blackbeard is eroded away by ocean currents and deposited at the south end where sand dunes continue to build. The erosion leaves behind trees that were once protected by dunes exposed to the ocean.
Georgia, Sapelo Island 1999 August
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Tree roots exposed because of erosion on the north end of Sapelo's beach. Typical of barrier islands, sand from the north end of Sapelo and Blackbeard is eroded away by ocean currents and deposited at the south end where sand dunes continue to build. The erosion leaves behind trees that were once protected by dunes exposed to the ocean.
Georgia, Sapelo Island 1999 August
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Salt marsh on the north end of Sapelo Island.
Georgia, Sapelo Island 1999 August
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Sunrise over the salt marsh.
Georgia, Sapelo Island 1999 August

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