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f-stop Franklin: Beginning of the end

The Apalachicola Times

f-stop is an abbreviation for a camera lens aperture setting that corresponds to an f-number, which is the ratio of the focal length of a lens to the effective diameter of its aperture.

All around Franklin County,  life is filled with joy and beauty.  The Times welcomes readers to send us their best photographs; whatever they capture, an unusual image, person, place or thing, we want it. Photos can be of any subject, but we especially like people.

Please send photographs to David Adlerstein at For more information, call 653-8894.

My husband Jim Watkins mending his net.
A hawk moth feeding on honeysuckle flower
Sunbathing on a frigid morning
A rainbow forms after one of the city fire hydrants, at the Avenue I and Eighth Street is tested by employees of the Apalachicola water department.
A photo of the conjunction, taken in Lanark Monday evening
Khloee Moses, 3, catching a keeper redfish in Apalachicola Bay
Dwarf cypress boardwalk area
Taken on a November airboat ride in November with the fabulous Capt. Larry.
View from a houseboat on Scipio Creek