Welcome to our Photo Download page!
We invite you to freely download the photos below for personal enjoyment (non-commercial use only) at no charge.* We hope you enjoy them. At least once monthly we'll add new photos from different geographic areas around the South. So check back for more.
That said, PLEASE DO NOT LINK TO THESE PHOTOS. That uses our bandidth which is a crime. It's called "bandwidth theft." It costs us money. So please never link to these photos. That will allow us to continue to offer this free downloadable photo service to readers in the future.
Just place the cursor on the photo and left click and then "Save As" on your PC; Mac users click twice, I've been told. If that's not the case, let us know! We hope you enjoy the photos. Each week you will see some new photos here from other points around the South.
Sand Key near Clearwater Beach, FL
Wakulla Springs State Park, FL
Amelia Island, FL
Titusville/Port Canaveral, FL
Lauralee Thompson's (seen below left) family owns shrimp boats that sail from Port Canaveral, a shrimp processing plant, retail seafood market and the popular Dixie Crossroads Seafood Restaurant in Titusville, FL; the latter is famed for its rock shrimp!
These are images of historic Charleston, SC, taken during two recent trips -- in November 2006 and March 2007.
These photos were taken in January 2007 at pristine Steinhatchee, FL, along the state's western Gulf Coast near the point where the Panhandle begins. Steinhatchee is a gorgeous, remote destination. It's Florida the way it used to be. It's a great place for fishing, birdwatching, kayaking and other eco-activities. Several state parks and a winery make good day outings in the region.
There is a fabulous resort in Steinhatchee. It's called the Steinhatchee Landing Resort (800-584-1709 or www.steinhatcheelanding.com). Several photos below show the accommodations there as well as the beauty of the area. If you want deluxe accommodations away from it all, Steinhatchee may be the place. Look for a review of the resort in an upcoming edition of this travel newspaper. We will also include more photos at that time with the story.
* Even after downloading for personal enjoyment only (non-commercial use), these photos remain owned and copyrighted by Susan J. Young, editor of SouthernTravelNews.com™. All rights reserved.