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What type of prepositional phrase are in the following sentences? Adjective or adverb?

From the beginning the trail was rocky and steep.
Adverb?

On one side was a rocky ledge.
Adverb?

The view from the other side was fantastic.
Adjective?

The other mountains across the valley looked beautiful too.
Adjective?

After awhile we got pretty hungry and ate lunch.
Adverb?

My dad carried a camera around his neck.
Adverb?

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