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Photojournalism: North Augusta Brick Yard Ponds



NORTH AUGUSTA  — Between North Augusta's municipal building and the SRP Park area by the river is a 40-acre stretch of restored wetlands known as the Brick Yard Ponds.

An alligator sits partly submerged at Brick Pond Park on June 8, 2022 in North Augusta. Photo by Mike Adams.

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  1. Mike, great work, definitely you are skilled or probably a pleasure, too; yet, sooo glad you are sharing these with us!
    With all the walkers, runners, cyclists on the Greeneway, not 100 feet away, you sure captured God’s creation so close by. You know how to use a camera, and… “each picture tells a thousand words”! Super, Well Done!

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