Shoreline at Twilight
Along the rocky shore on Lake Lanier at Van Pugh Park in Flowery Branch, Georgia. Van Pugh Park is one of the larger parks on Lake Lanier. There is a north and south area complete with camping, playgrounds, boat ramps, as well as a large beach. Coney Island becomes a peninsula in low water times, and can be walk for considerable distances.
Lake Lanier (Lake Sidney Lanier) is a 38,000 acre lake with over 690 miles of shoreline in northern Georgia. It was created by completing the Buford Dam on the Chattahoochee River in 1956. It is also fed by the Chestatee River. (15.0 sec at f/11, ISO 100)
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