Scenic Panhandle in 2011 - jimsislandphotography
Located within the St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge is  one of the most photographed landmarks on  Florida's "Big Bend" coast;  the St. Marks  Lighthouse.  It has overlooked the waters of  Apalachee Bay since 1832, standing 80-foot tall it was  fashioned of limestone blocks taken from the ruins of a 17th-century fort.  The mouth of the St. Marks River was one of  the most dangerous ports in Florida during  the early 19th century providing access to the port  communities of St. Marks and Port Leon.

Located within the St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge is one of the most photographed landmarks on Florida's "Big Bend" coast; the St. Marks Lighthouse. It has overlooked the waters of Apalachee Bay since 1832, standing 80-foot tall it was fashioned of limestone blocks taken from the ruins of a 17th-century fort. The mouth of the St. Marks River was one of the most dangerous ports in Florida during the early 19th century providing access to the port communities of St. Marks and Port Leon.

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