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Close to Home Gallery

The “Close to Home Gallery” featuring exceptional photographs taken by Dr. David Crowe, is located on the first floor of the main Hospital across from the Surgery Waiting Room. The 12 images selected for the gallery represent our region and help us realize there is beauty all around us, often in the most unexpected places.

Autumn in Southeast Missouri

In Honor of Mr. and Mrs. Rush H. Limbaugh Sr. to benefit Cardiology and Neonatal ICU

Autumn in Southeast Missouri

The German immigrants who came here in the 1800s called the picturesque rolling hills of East Perry County and North Cape Girardeau County home.

 

Barge on Mississippi River

In Honor of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Erlbacher to benefit Cardiology and Neonatal ICU

Barge on Mississippi

This is an easy viewpoint to find, located at the edge of the road at Cape Rock in Cape Girardeau. Nonetheless, this photograph, at this time of day, with a barge in this location, took years to capture.

 

Big Spring

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Big Spring

This is the largest single outlet spring in the world, with an average daily output of two hundred eighty six million gallons. That amount of water would fill five thousand standard-sized bathtubs every minute.

 

Dawn at Amidon Memorial Conservation Area

Leonard and Inell Vogel to benefit the Neonatal ICU

Dawn at Amidon

The texture of nature. The texture of life. The texture of the world that surrounds us is, in so many ways, impossible to describe.

 

Elephant Rocks State Park

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Elephant Rocks

At Elephant Rocks, a two hour drive from Southeast Hospital, lies a remnant of the granite core of mountains much older than the Colorado Rockies.

 

Hawn State Park

Jane Cooper Stacy in Honor of Dr. James Cooper to benefit Cardiology

Hawn State Park

If anyone needs confirmation that Missouri is an astoundingly beautiful place, one trip to Hawn State Park should do it.

 

Moonrise Over Cape Girardeau

The Jerry Lipps Family to benefit the Neonatal ICU

Moonrise Over Cape Girardeau

Everyone living in this part of the world should experience, at least once, a full moon rising above the Mississippi.

 

Near Greer Spring

Bob and Alene Matthews to benefit Cardiology and Neonatal ICU

Near Greer Spring

Greer Spring adds over two hundred million gallons a day to the Eleven Point River.

 

Ozark Trail

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Ozark Trail

The Ozark foothills, where this hospital is located, and the Ozark Mountains near here, are regions of remarkable physical beauty and diversity. Finding these places is not difficult.

 

Saint Francis River

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Saint Francis River

The remarkable colors in this rock formation, a vestige of the ancient Saint Francois Mountains, tells the story of two widely separated geologic events blended into one feature.

 

Sunset on the Mississippi

The Tipton Family to benefit Cardiology

Sunset on the Mississippi

In this part of the world, the Mississippi River and the sky above it display a remarkably varied and changeable appearance, often from day to day.

 

Ware

Gary and Wendy Rust in Honor of David P. Crowe to benefit the Neonatal ICU

Ware

This is an October sunset in Ware, Illinois. Where? Ware.