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Walton County is home to 15 named coastal dune lakes along 26 miles of coastline. These lakes are a unique geographical feature and are only found in Madagascar, Australia, New Zealand, Oregon, and here in Walton County.
These coastal dune lakes share an intermittent connection with the Gulf of Mexico. The lake water is fed by streams, groundwater seepage, rain, and storm surge. This connection with the Gulf, called an outfall, is a subject I have spent much time photographing over the last year.
Salt water and organisms flow back into the lake, depending on tides and weather. Each lake’s outfall and chemistry is unique. Water conditions between lakes can vary greatly, from completely fresh to significantly saline. The relationship between us and these lakes has changed over time, as people have built houses on the banks for the last 20 years.
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