Location: Cedar Key, Fl • Atsena Otie Island
Description: The island of Atsena Otie had its beginnings as a mud flat that was probably used as a fishing camp by Archaic Period cultures several thousand year ago. It's surface was fortified with shellfish and mollusk debris (meal leftovers) for millenia; this is referred to as a midden. Upon entering the island from the pier, the midden is quite obvious as it rises nearly six feet from the water level. The ruins of the Faber Mill, built in 1868, sit upon ancient midden. The island has seen many changes – caused both by Mother Nature and humans. The shape and size of the island has waxed and waned from storms and erosion to what you find today.
Type: Full-Infrared Photography
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