This exploration of the coastline of Florida’s Panhandle starts in Tallahassee, the capital of Florida and a city with convenient airport connections, a great choice of lodgings and other necessary services. The city of Tallahassee is surrounded by forest trails, lakes, fascinating geological formations and natural springs large enough to feed rivers.
I started this trip along the Big Bend Coastline, the northwestern part of Florida where Florida’s Gulf Coast bends toward the west to meet Alabama. I explored and photographed state and national parks near Tallahassee before heading west to follow and photograph the 250-mile coastline to Pensacola. This newsletter, issue #122 - Florida's Panhandle Coast, is one of the many you can find in my Southern States Collection.
Notes and images from Bob Hitchman.