Friend of Stateparks Photo Gallery
Photographer: John Bunting
Copyright Notice: John Bunting
Firing the .50 caliber Hawken flintlock at 50 yard targets.
Taking a dip at Blue Lake
Refreshing swim at Blue Lake in the Conecuh National Forest
1911A1 at Conecuh
Firing the 1911 at the 25 yard targets
View across lake
Firing the M1A at Conecuh Rifle Range
View downrange at the Conecuh Rifle Range
Firing on the 100 yard line
Over Seas Hwy
View from park towards the hwy.
Beach view of old Hwy
View from the Bahia Honda Beach of the old Overseas Hwy.
Lighthouse at Bill Baggs St. Park
Florida park near Miami on the tip of Key Biscayne
Bill Baggs Lighthouse
View from the beach of the lighthouse
Muzzle loading cannon in the fort
regular type cannon inside Ft. Pickens
this would pop up to fire, then drop down to be reloaded.
View from gun emplacement towards the Gulf of Mexico
This site used to have eight 12 inch mortars for coastal defense
freshly shucked oyster
Nice Cypress tree
Beautiful cypress along the shore at Rocky Bayou
time to catch some morning fish
Breakfast at Rocky Bayou
Typical morning chow at Rocky Bayou
Deer moss is a litchen that grows on the forest floor
afternoon lit trees
Thousands of these were washed up on beach on bay side
Gulf of Mexico
Birds on beach enjoying the weather
View of the Appalacicola River in park
The Little Whitehouse where FDR died in April of 1945
Warm Springs in Georgia
Area of the warm springs swimming area.
This portrait is on dispaly in the museum and was being painted when he died in April 1945.
Another view of the Little Whitehouse
port where cannon used to stick through the wall
main entrance to fort Massachusetts
View from end of dock of the Fort.
Hot Shot Furnace
This brick was used to heat shot to be fired from a cannon.
This memorial is on top of a hill in the park
Replica Wright flyer
Inside the visitor center is this replica of the original Wright airplane
Replica of the Wright Bros. first powered airplane.
Inside of living quarters of the Wright Bros. in NC.
Camp house interior
Another view of inside of Wright Bros. cabin at Kill Devil Hills
This spot is where the Wright Bros. flyer first flew in December 1903.