Excellent photos, Carl! Thank you for sharing these with us in the forum. PM
I remember that view in 1986 my final semester at MSU.
My wife was a child living in Gulfport, MS during Camille. Her parents still owned the same house when Katrina struck. That house was about a mile inland on Brickyard Bayou and although it got 5 feet during Camille, it got 27 feet surge during Katrina. That still boggles the mind.
That picture must have been taken before it was restored.
A beatiful construction, isn't it ?
[In Holland the engineers use the name "kunstwerk" [work of art] for any bridge they build, but this is really a piece of art !]
Sadly, The Forgotten Coast Seafood Shack is closed for business. A country buffet is currently taking its place. Sad. It was a very nice restaurant run by friendly people.
Nicely captured colors, Carl
This look very haunting, beautiful and tranquill, but it's probably full of things that want to bite you. Greetings from London
Their motto is "Great View - Good Food - Lousy Service" but I have to state that the service ain't lousy.