November 10, 2007

Chiles and His Florida: Holmes County


I'll be sketching Ponce de Leon and Bonifay--the county seat--but first I thought I would post some pictures of Holmes County I took just after I crossed the western county line. I couldn't help but stop and check my glasses to make sure I was seeing highlands as I approached Ponce de Leon. The hills reach their highest point in nearby Walton County on Britton Hill (345 feet above sea level). Here on Florida's roof, whether walking or driving, you know you're looking down on the mansions and skyscrapers of Tampa, Orlando, and Miami.



Holmes County, Florida.






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