Alabama { 17 galleries }

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  • Alabama - Bayou La Batre - Coden
    6 galleries
    Pictures of Bayou La Batre, Alabama and Coden, Alabama, located on the Alabama Gulf Coast. Bayou La Batre is known as the Seafood Capital of Alabama and has been described as a quiet, picturesque fishing village. The city was founded by Frenchman Joseph Bouzage in 1776. Galleries include pictures of the annual Blessing of the Fleet, the BP oil spill, sunsets, water scenes, birds, and local residents.
  • Alabama - Birmingham
    2 galleries
    Pictures of Birmingham, Alabama, the largest city in the state, known for its role in the iron and steel industry and the civil rights movement. Photos include scenic views of Vulcan Park, the Birmingham skyline at sunset, 16th Street Baptist Church, and Kelly Ingram Park. Photos also include Alton Hardy, pastor of Urban Hope Community Church in Fairfield, Alabama, and Bob Flayhart, pastor of Oak Mountain Presbyterian Church in Birmingham, Alabama. The two pastors are working to ease racial tension in the city and promote racial unity after the Charleston, South Carolina shooting.
  • Alabama - Clanton
    1 galleries
    Images of Clanton, Alabama
  • Alabama - Dauphin Island
    5 galleries
    Pictures of Dauphin Island, Alabama on the Alabama Gulf Coast. Dauphin Island is a barrier island bordered by Mobile Bay, the Mississippi Sound, and the Gulf of Mexico. Dauphin Island is known as the Sunset Capital of Alabama. Galleries include photos of sunsets and scenic landscapes, waterfowl, kitesurfing, and efforts to mitigate the effects of the BP oil spill. Pictures also include the Krewe de la Dauphine Mardi Gras parade and Fort Gaines, known for its role in the Battle of Mobile Bay during the Civil War. Galleries also include photos of Cedar Point and Cedar Point fishing pier.
  • Alabama - Greensboro
    1 galleries
  • Alabama - Huntsville
    1 galleries
    Pictures of Huntsville, Alabama and the Huntsville metropolitan area, which is flourishing in the new economy thanks to its strong aerospace, defense, and biotech industries.
  • Alabama - Magnolia Springs
    1 galleries
    Images of Magnolia Springs, Alabama. Galleries include photos of Volunteer Fire Department Chief Jamie Hinton, who fought to protect the area from encroaching oil by blocking the entrance to Weeks Bay with barges and layers of containment boom following the Deepwater Horizon explosion and BP oil spill.
  • Alabama - Mentone
    1 galleries
    Pictures of Mentone, Alabama. Galleries include pictures of DeSoto Falls and DeSoto State Park. The town of Mentone is located on top of Lookout Mountain.
  • Alabama - Mobile
    9 galleries
    Pictures of Mobile, Alabama, located on the Alabama Gulf Coast. The city features an active sea port and is often called the Port City. Mobile was founded by the French in 1702 and was under French, British, and Spanish rule during its first 100 years. Galleries include pictures of the Mobile Mardi Gras, downtown Mobile, Hank Aaron and the Hank Aaron Museum, GulfQuest National Maritime Museum of the Gulf of Mexico, Cooper Riverside Park, Riverside Ice, local apartment homes, and residents.
  • Alabama - Moundville
    1 galleries
    Pictures of Moundville, Alabama, downtown Moundville, and Moundville Archaeological Park, which features 26 Native American Indian mounds built by the Mississippian culture of Indians.
  • Alabama - Northport
    1 galleries
    Pictures of Northport, Alabama, known for its annual Kentuck Festival of the Arts. Pictures include the M&O railroad trestle at sunset, barbecued ribs from Archibalds, and desserts like cake pops and shortbread cookies at Mary's Cakes and Pastries in downtown Northport.
  • Alabama - Orange Beach
    1 galleries
    Pictures of vacationers and fishermen in Orange Beach, Alabama, on the Alabama Gulf Coast. Galleries also include water fowl, sunsets, and scenic landscapes.
  • Alabama - Orrville
    1 galleries
    Pictures of Cahaba, also known as “Old Cahawba,” which was Alabama’s state capital from 1819-1826 but was abandoned after the Civil War. Galleries include pictures of Old Cahawba Archaeological Park, St. Luke's Episcopal Church, and the slave quarters at Kirk-View Mansion.
  • Alabama - Selma
    1 galleries
    Pictures of Selma, Alabama, known for its role in the 1960's civil rights movement. Galleries include pictures of the Edmund Pettus Bridge, Selma's Civil Rights Memorial Park, downtown Selma, and the Lowndes Interpretive Center in Hayneville, Alabama.
  • Alabama - Theodore
    2 galleries
    Pictures of President Barack Obama's visit to Theodore, Alabama after the BP oil spill and damage from an EF-2 tornado that ripped through the town.
  • Alabama - Tuscaloosa
    3 galleries
    Pictures of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, which was heavily damaged by tornado, April 27, 2011. Photos include the April 27 tornado damage, the University of Alabama, and food from Five and Buffalo Phil's restaurants. Photos also include Johnny Holley, who was released from prison after serving 29 years of a life without parole sentence under the three strikes law.