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Mississippi

Gulf Islands National Seashore spans two states, Mississippi and Florida, skipping over Alabama. In Missisippi it consists primarily of a discontinuous line of sandy barrier islands that can be reached only by boat. A small area surrounding Davis Bayou in the town of Ocean Springs is the only part on the mainland.

I didn't have time for the popular ferry trip out to West Ship Island, and the campground at Davis Bayou was full, so I just took a couple of panos and moved on.

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Davis Bayou in Gulf Islands National Seashore

Davis Bayou in Gulf Islands National Seashore

A tactile interpretive sign about alligators - safer than touching the real thing.

Davis Bayou, Ocean Springs, Mississippi

Date photographed: April 7, 2015
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Mississippi Sound with Horn Island on the horizon

Mississippi Sound with Horn Island on the horizon

Most of Gulf Islands Seashore consists of the barrier islands seen here on the horizon and reachable only by boat.

Davis Bayou, Ocean Springs, Mississippi

Date photographed: April 7, 2015
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