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Natural Splendor on Cumberland Island

Natural Splendor on Cumberland Island

Roe Ethridge

A feral horse grazes at Christmas Creek on Cumberland Island.

From the article Natural Splendor on Cumberland Island.

Natural Splendor on Cumberland Island

Roe Ethridge

The ruins of Dungeness, Thomas Carnegie's burned mansion.

From the article Natural Splendor on Cumberland Island.

Natural Splendor on Cumberland Island

Roe Ethridge

Biologist Carol Ruckdeschel, a longtime island resident.

From the article Natural Splendor on Cumberland Island.

Natural Splendor on Cumberland Island

Roe Ethridge

The route from Greyfield Inn to the beach.

From the article Natural Splendor on Cumberland Island.

Natural Splendor on Cumberland Island

Roe Ethridge

The Florida town of Fernandina Beach, where Greyfield Inn guests catch a ferry to Cumberland Island.

From the article Natural Splendor on Cumberland Island.

Natural Splendor on Cumberland Island

Roe Ethridge

The First African Baptist Church.

From the article Natural Splendor on Cumberland Island.

Natural Splendor on Cumberland Island

Roe Ethridge

The Marsh West bedroom at Greyfield Inn.

From the article Natural Splendor on Cumberland Island.

Natural Splendor on Cumberland Island

Roe Ethridge

Approaching the inn's dock.

From the article Natural Splendor on Cumberland Island.

Natural Splendor on Cumberland Island

Roe Ethridge

The master bedroom at Greyfield Inn.

From the article Natural Splendor on Cumberland Island.

See the slideshow: Natural Splendor on Cumberland Island

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