The Florida Panhandle

MIramar Beach

 

Photographer Mark Indig is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this urban photography.  These photographs  are from his project ‘Panhandle‘.  To see Mark’s galleries click on any image.

 

Panama City Beach

Panama City Beach

 

EastPoint

EastPoint

 

Pensacola

Pensacola

 

Walton County

Walton County

 

Okaloosa County

Okaloosa County

 

“I am drawn to places with a specific geographic identity. Even more so when there is a matching overlay of cultural identity. And even more so when that identity is gradually being lost. The Florida Panhandle is such a place. Even though the sum of its parts is based on a geographical shape only 200 miles wide and 50 miles high, the parts themselves are a unique mashup. Arguably the most beautiful beaches in the country. Perhaps the biggest concentration of military bases. The legendary home of hedonistic spring breakers and world class kitsch. The most politically and culturally conservative part of Florida. Aggressive development along the Gulf next to the shacks of the piney woods more like southern Georgia and Alabama. It’s these contradictions that make it so fascinating.”

 

Apalachicola

Apalachicola

 

Escambia County

Escambia County

 

Pensacola

Pensacola

 

Perdido Key

Perdido Key

 

Escambia County

Escambia County

 

Okaloosa County

Okaloosa County

 

Panama City Beach

Panama City Beach

 

Quincy

Quincy

 

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Closed on Sundays

By Mark Indig

 


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