Our beloved Pensacola

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As we all have seen the images of devastation caused by the historic flood Tuesday, I find myself very fortunate that we did not receive any damage. Sadly though, my Facebook feed is a constant reminder that so many have lost so much.

Here on the Gulf Coast, we are quite familiar with natural disasters (hurricanes). Our community is resilient. The rebuilding process has already begun and many grass root organizations have formed to lend a helping hand.  

If you would like to help, please check out the Help Flood Victims in Pensacola Facebook page @ https://www.facebook.com/helpfloodvictimsinpensacola.

Instead of a design post today, I would like to share with you a photo essay of the place we call home. Featuring some of our beautiful neighborhoods and beloved landmarks.

The neighborhood of Aragon Court

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Stately homes of North Hill

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 Diverse neighborhood of East Hill

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Bayview Park

Bayview Park

City Grocery- some of the best sandwiches in town 

City Grocery- some of the best sandwiches in town 

12th Ave Tree tunnel- beautiful oaks line the 12th Ave entrance to East Hill 

12th Ave Tree tunnel- beautiful oaks line the 12th Ave entrance to East Hill 

17th Ave train trestle "Graffiti Bridge" popular landmark where graffiti is allowed and the facade is changed daily.

17th Ave train trestle "Graffiti Bridge" popular landmark where graffiti is allowed and the facade is changed daily.

Downtown Pensacola

TT Wentworth Museum

TT Wentworth Museum

Seville Quarter- If you have gone clubbing in Pensacola then chances are you have been here before.

Seville Quarter- If you have gone clubbing in Pensacola then chances are you have been here before.

Tree sculptures of Seville Park

Tree sculptures of Seville Park

Old Christ Church

Old Christ Church

Barkley House

Barkley House

The Fish House for the world famous Grits a Ya-Ya

The Fish House for the world famous Grits a Ya-Ya

Joe Patti's Seafood- a destination place for many tourists

Joe Patti's Seafood- a destination place for many tourists

Pensacola Beach

The iconic Pensacola Beach sign

The iconic Pensacola Beach sign

Our beloved Blue Angels

Our beloved Blue Angels

The Island Cross which has survived many hurricanes.

The Island Cross which has survived many hurricanes.

Pensacola Beach Pier

Pensacola Beach Pier

The catacombs of Ft. Pickens

The catacombs of Ft. Pickens

And of course the people of Pensacola and the many annual events that take place.

McGuire's Run, bringing in approximately 10,000 runners, is one of the biggest parties in town.

McGuire's Run, bringing in approximately 10,000 runners, is one of the biggest parties in town.

Mardi Gras! All images via

Mardi Gras!

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What is one of your favorite Pensacola landmarks that I didn't list?