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Mini-Flood 86: August A. Busch Memorial Conservation Area

Mini-Flood 86: August A. Busch Memorial Conservation Area

photo by Jim Harter August A. Busch Memorial Conservation Area is a nearly 7,000-acre wildlife and recreation area that includes more than two dozen lakes/ponds, a firearm and archery range, miles of hiking trails and more. During World War II, some of the area was used by the military...

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Photo Flood 125: Granite City

Photo Flood 125: Granite City

photo by Jason Gray Granite City is the third largest city in Southern Illinois, and an important former company town responsible (in part) for the region’s and the nation’s industrial growth. photo by Mike Matney

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Mini-Flood 84: St. Louis Fringe Festival

Mini-Flood 84: St. Louis Fringe Festival

photo by Robert Crowe STL Fringe Fest has been a primary outlet for independent and alternative stage productions since 2011. Following a national model, the Fringe Fest owes its name and spirit of programming to an event established in Scotland in 1947, to provide a platform for a variety...

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Photo Flood 123: Bevo Mill

Photo Flood 123: Bevo Mill

Photographer Maureen Minich Photographer Florence Flick Bevo Mill was flood 21, first visited by Photo Flood STL in April 2014. Here is the link to the original article with an extensive write up on the area. http://www.photofloodstl.org/photo-flood-21-bevo-mill/  Photographer Mike Matney Photographer Bob Crowe Clay deposits discovered in the 1830s...

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Photo Flood 122: Midtown

Photo Flood 122: Midtown

Photographer Joe Rakers Midtown has been the focus of two previous floods, Photo Flood 35 in June 2015 and Photo Flood 49 in August 2016.  In the 7 years since the last visit much has changed. With the addition of IKEA in the adjacent Central West End neighborhood the area has...

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Photo Flood 120: Portage Des Sioux

Photo Flood 120: Portage Des Sioux

photo by Susan Price Portage Des Sioux is a quaint, historic village of around 300 residents, along the Mississippi River in Missouri. The community is the location of the Our Lady of the Rivers Shrine, where the annual Blessing of the Fleet Festival occurs, and was site to the...

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Photo Flood 119: Grafton

Photo Flood 119: Grafton

photo by Dennis Daugherty The concept for what would become Photo Flood Saint Louis was born while our Founder watched a small motorcycle “parade” with his wife in Grafton, way back in 2010. As the engines roared and chortled as they passed, he spotted another photographer snapping away, and...

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