Young people spend a summer evening watching the water
Three young people spend a summer evening skipping rocks, watching the sunset and dancing on June 18 at the Tom Bevill Lock and Dam in Pickensville.
Lazeric Phillips watches the sunset while Jewelee Hill skips rocks on June 18 at the Tom Bevill Lock and Dam in Pickensville. The friends arrived about an hour before the sun went down and spent the evening talking and watching the water as a way to pass the time.
Ripples break the surface of the water on June 18 at the Tom Bevill Lock and Dam in Pickensville. As Jewelee Hill inched closer and closer to the water’s edge to skip rocks, his cousin Sherrita Hill joked that she would not be coming in after him if he fell.
Lazeric Phillips laughs at Sherrita Hill on June 18 at the Tom Bevill Lock and Dam in Pickensville. They brought Gatorades and shared zesty ranch sunflower seeds while they socialized and watched their favorite TikToks.
From left, Jewelee Hill, Sherrita Hill and Lazeric Phillips watch as a boat passes through the Tom Bevill Lock and Dam on June 18 in Pickensville. The trio grew up together in the Pickensville area. Jewelee and Sherrita are cousins, though Sherrita jokes that she doesn’t know him. Lazeric and Jewelee have been best friends since middle school.
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