<em>Images of the Greenway</em> is a visual introduction to Fernandina's lush Greenway, a protected area along Egans Creek that displays the island's breathtaking natural beauty.
The Amelia Island Museum of History is thrilled to announce the launch of its newest Gaslight Gallery Exhibition, a photographic display called Images of the Greenway. They will introduce this captivating new exhibit with a presentation by its creator, Dr. Bill Birdsong.
Images of the Greenway is a visual introduction to Fernandina’s lush Greenway, a protected area along Egans Creek that displays the island’s breathtaking natural beauty. The Greenway is made up of two sections that offer a walk through a salt and fresh water environment, each with distinct plant and animal populations.
The exhibit and the lecture that introduces it will celebrate the flora and fauna that make the area so unique. Bill will discuss the history and background of the preserve, and share some of the aspects that captured his attention and made documenting the Greenway via images his passion.
The exhibit will run from October 7th to December 11th, and prints from the display will be available for purchase at the Museum. The lecture on October 7th will be free and open to the public.
The Amelia Island Museum of History is open Monday through Saturday, 10 am – 4pm, and Sundays, 1pm – 4 pm. General admission is $7. Don’t miss this vivid photographic exhibition!