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SLIDESHOW: Your photos from Hurricane Irma

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Holly Sipprell/ Contributed This is channell marker No. 6 by Porpoise Point. Send your photos from Hurricane Irma to us at photos@staugustine.com.

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Erika Bauserman/ Contributed Anastasia Island on Sept. 11, 2017 after Hurricane Irma blew through. Send your photos from Hurricane Irma to us at photos@staugustine.com.

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Erika Bauserman/ Contributed A home in Anastasia Island has a tree on top of it after Hurricane Irma swept through Florida. Send your photos from Hurricane Irma to us at photos@staugustine.com.

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Coquina Ridge resident Caren Grant took this picture from her backyard on the evening of Sept. 11, 2017. Send your photos from Hurricane Irma to us at photos@staugustine.com.

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@emma_travelphoto/ Instagram A man stands on St. Augustine Beach as Hurricane Irma bears in on Florida. Send in your photos from Hurricane Irma and its aftermath to photos@staugustine.com.

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Beth Puttick, @bethputtick/ Instagram St. Augustine Beach on Monday, Sept. 11, 2017 after Hurricane Irma rolled through Florida.  Send in your photos from Hurricane Irma and its aftermath to photos@staugustine.com.

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Billy Thane, @billythane13/ Instagram

Billy Thane, @billythane13/ Instagram An oak tree in St. Augustine Beach is still standing after Hurricane Irma blew through Florida.  Send in your photos from Hurricane Irma and its aftermath to photos@staugustine.com.

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Carter Davis, @carterdavis76/ Instagram One boarded up building in St. Augustine Beach had a message for Hurricane Irma as it approached Florida. Send in your photos from Hurricane Irma and its aftermath to photos@staugustine.com.

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Catherine Rada, @catrada/Instagram St. Augustine Beach resident Catherine Rada made the most of being stuck in place after Hurricane Irma, she took a 15-mile bike ride down to Crescent Beach. Send in your photos from Hurricane Irma and its aftermath to photos@staugustine.com.

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Genung's Fish Camp, @genungsfishcamp/ Instagram The water damage at this St. Augustine Beach residence was 18 inches lower from Hurricane Irma than it was in Hurricane Matthew, but it was just as devastating.  Send in your photos from Hurricane Irma and its aftermath to photos@staugustine.com.

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Lauren Melton, ellemelt10/ Instagram There is was no one on the beach at Anastasia State Park after Hurricane Irma swept through Florida.  Send in your photos from Hurricane Irma and its aftermath to photos@staugustine.com.

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Vickie Leese, @vickieleese/ Instagram A light pole fell off State Road A1A fell, but it did not lose power-- at that moment.  Send in your photos from Hurricane Irma and its aftermath to photos@staugustine.com.