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Maya Adkins Photo Essay: Ancient Oaks of Jacksonville

Maya Adkins from the Art Institute presents a few gorgeous photos of one of the area's most symbolic and majical features: The ancient oaks that form so much of our forestry, municipal plantings and provide the tree canopy without whose shade life would be unbearably hot here in Jacksonville. Southerners are pretty fond in general of the old oaks, and Maya has taken pains to find some of the most ancient members of this tree tribe for her photo essay. Join us after the jump for some truly beautiful images!

Published June 18, 2012 in Culture      0 Comments    Open printer friendly version of this article Print Article

Images by Maya Adkins

Images by Maya Adkins

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