PHOTOS -- This Morning's Sunrise After Ike

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Kenny Wilder
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Sat Sep 13, 2008 8:42 am

Shown below are some photos that I shot this morning at Sunrise. Hurricane Ike has left Navarre Beach!

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Sat Sep 13, 2008 12:17 pm

Kenny,

As always, awesome pics! Having been to Navarre and recognizing the old pier and the National Seashore, some of the homes, etc.... I really enjoy seeing these pics. It's amazing for as far away as Ike was, the impact it has on Navarre Beach. My wife and I are heading back down in about 3 weeks and can't hardly wait. It's an 18 hour drive, but well worth it....
Can't wait to get back! In the meantime, I check out you and Navarian's window to the world!
Thanks for sharing.
Mark
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