Abandoned Northwest Florida

  • Overview
  • Details
  • Author
Known as a top tourist destination due to its white sand beaches and emerald waters, Northwest Florida is a place for sun, sand, and swimming, as well as springs and cave systems millions of years old. Along with the natural beauty of this area lies the abandoned, forgotten, and left behind. From buildings to boats and planes, Northwest Florida has a lot to offer the urban explorer.Whether it's a building that housed one of the fastest growing sports in the country or the dark history of a conspiracy uncovered after decades, Northwest Florida combines the beautiful and the abandoned.In Abandoned Northwest Florida, photographer Kim Hill allows a glimpse into the beauty of what has been left behind.
ISBN: 9781634992145
Format: Paperback
Publisher: America Through Time
State: Florida
Series: America Through Time
Images: 155
Pages: 96
Dimensions: 6.5 (w) x 9.25 (h)
KIM HILL is a freelance writer, website designer, painter, award-winning photographer, and overall Jill-of-all-trades that lives in sunny, and often stormy, Florida, where there's always something happening in the news related to the state. She has two degrees in criminology and is an advocate for SkinCancer.net. Kim recently had three of her photographs selected for the Clio Art Fair in Chelsea, NYC. She has contributed to In the Eye of the Storm: Stories of Survival and Hope from the Florida Panhandle, Survivors: Work Created in the Wake of Hurricane Michael, In Laymon's Terms, In the Aftermath of the Storm, and has a horror author pen name she writes under. When she's not working, Kim enjoys road trips, movies, and incessant reading way past her bedtime.