Sun burning through the fog on the shore of Lake Lanier at Bolding Mill Campground in Gainesville, Georgia. Bolding Mill Park is located in Hall County, GA on the northern end of Lake Lanier. It has a lot of amenties including a beach, campground, fishing, boat ramp, restrooms, as well as hiking trails. It is somewhat off the beaten path and I would consider it a hidden gem.
Lake Sidney Lanier was created in 1956 and is formed primarily by the waters of the Chattahoochee and Chestatee Rivers. The lake covers 38.000 acres and has over 690 miles of shoreline. The lake is named after the poet Sidney Lanier. (1/200 sec at f/11, ISO 100)
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