Amelia Island revealed . . .

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Sandra Baker-Hinton

Photo courtesy of Sandra Baker Hinton
Mist Magic
Photo courtesy of Sandra Baker-Hinton

Editor’s Note:  For the past 10 years, Sandra Baker Hinton has served as an Amelia Island Sea Turtle Watch volunteer patrolling the beaches of Fort Clinch State Park.  As she travels along the park roads, Baker-Hinton appreciates  the beauty of nature as she watches the morning unfold.

Besides Sea Turtles, Baker-Hinton enjoys painting and photography.  Her art work and the work of other artists, are displayed and offered for sale in her Amelia SanJon Gallery located in the Historic District.

In 2011, Baker-Hinton won top prize in the Wild Amelia Photo Competition.

Hinton came to Amelia Island from Northwest Georgia.    To view more of Hinton’s work, visit

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January 19, 2013  6:43 a.m.

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Cheryl Duttweiler
Cheryl Duttweiler(@cbduttcomcast-net)
11 years ago

Beautiful Work and Artful Eye….as always….we are lucky to have her on our island!