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Castillo de San Marcos, Study 1, St Augustine, Florida. 2020
For some, a trip into the Castillo de San Marcos fort would be only be one-way.
Grass, Twelve Mile Swamp, Florida. 2020.
Grasses are monocots, meaning they grow without branching, their central stem responsible for supporting their full weight.
Ferns After Rain, Twelve Mile Swamp, Florida. 2020.
The headwaters to six tributaries, Twelve Mile Swamp is a conservation area composed of wetlands, cypress swamps, and pine uplands.
Egret at Fort Mose 02, 2019.
An egret rests atop a length of broken-apart dock in the upper tidal reaches of Fort Mose Historic State Park.
Pond Cypress 01
Pond Cypress grow in the shallow, pocketed depressions found in Florida’s flatwoods. Here, acidic, slow-moving water seeps below ground.
Egret at Fort Mose 01
Considered a precursor to the Underground Railroad, Fort Mose Historic State Park was the first legally sanctioned free black community in what would become the United States.