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Cypress in October, Tiger Bay State Forest, Florida. 2020
Changing seasons in Florida, evidenced by a grove of brilliant cypress with leaves soon to shed and water lilies fully open to a lowering sun.
Wooden Stile at 499N, Appalachian Trail, Virginia. 2020
A wooden stile prevents stock animals and wild ponies from accessing a sheltered area near northbound mile 499 of the Appalachian Trail.
Cypress Tree, Study 2, Rice Creek, Florida. 2020
Mature cypress were once found in swamps and along rivers all throughout what is now the southeastern United States.
Quarry Gap Shelters at 1087N, Appalachian Trail, Pennsylvania. 2020
Considered one of the nicest shelters on the Appalachian Trail, the joined Quarry Gap Shelters are within a day’s hike of the long-distance trail’s midpoint.
555N, Appalachian Trail, Virginia. 2020
Flowers bloom beneath growing clouds along northbound mile 555 of the Appalachian Trail in Virginia.
Wilburn Ridge at 500N, Appalachian Trail, Virginia. 2020
Wild Ponies graze beneath low mid-morning clouds along the Wilburn Ridge in southwest Virginia near northbound mile 500 of the Appalachian Trail.
Night at 499N, Appalachian Trail, Virginia. 2020.
A clear night passes atop the Appalachian mountains in Southwest Virginia near northbound mile 499 of the Appalachian Trail.
Suwanacoochee Spring, Ellaville, Florida. 2020.
Spring water pours out of the Floridan Aquifer, dispersing into the Withlacoochee River at the site of Suwanacoochee Spring and the abandoned logging town of Ellaville, Florida.
Cypress Tree, Rice Creek, Florida. 2020.
Midday light spreads across one of the largest and oldest known cypress trees in Florida.
False Turkey Tail, Rice Creek, Florida. 2020.
Shelf mushrooms bow towards a midday sky on a cracked and decaying fallen branch along the Florida Trail.
Hickory Hammock, Florida Trail, 2019.
Early morning light spills across moss-draped live oaks along an old section of the Florida Trail in the Hickory Hammock Wildlife Management Area.
Twilight at Crooked Sapling Pond
Pine flatwoods line the edge of Crooked Sapling Pond in the Juniper Prairie Wilderness of Ocala National Forest. Vast shallow ponds and grass prairies connect ancient dune islands along this portion of the Florida Trail.