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January 31, 2012
Discover America Through Postcards

9th Annual -- Third week's Finalist.

Cumberland Island National Seashore, GA.

     A gnarled and twisted live oak, dripping with Spanish moss, stands menacingly in the maritime forest of Cumberland Island National Seashore. Part of the Sea Island chain, Cumberland is the largest and southernmost barrier island off the coast of Georgia. In addition to its maritime forest, the island contains large salt marshes and a pristine 17-mile beach.

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     You still have time to submit your photos of any place in the Americas. Photos should inspire a viewer to learn more about, or travel to, that place. See the official rules and entry form. Fill out the form and submit your entries to

     Three more finalists will be selected out of which you choose the winner. All finalist receive the companion book, Discover America Diaries, and the big winner also receives $100. We look forward to seeing your best shots.

     -- Priscilla & Ken
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