Cumberland Island National Seashore

Cumberland Island National Seashore is Georgia’s largest and southernmost barrier island. The island has been inhabited by many different people, from enslaved African Americans to missionaries to wealthy industrialists but now is a primitive wilderness with a myriad amount of animals and creatures. Feral horses roam the island’s nearly 10,000 acres while loggerhead sea turtles use the island as a place for nesting during the warmer months in the year. The beaches are undeveloped and most of the time you feel like you’re the only one on the island with the sand and ocean all to yourself.

Cole Whitworth

Cole Whitworth of Whitpix is a portrait and fine art photographer. The camera has always been part of his life, from family events to road trips across the United States. He earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in photography from the Savannah College of Art and Design. While he shoots with a variety of cameras and formats, Cole prefers shooting with film for both the results as well as the experience. On the web at colewhitworth.com

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Cumberland Island National Seashore, Georgia, Island