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Apalachicola River 3, Florida. 2020
The Apalachicola River in Florida travels more than 105 miles from the Jim Woodruff Dam near Georgia to the Gulf of Mexico and town of Apalachicola.
Black Mangrove, St Augustine, Florida. 2020
A black mangrove anchors a coastal creek bend on a foggy evening in St Augustine, Florida.
Fog, Francis and Mary Usina Bridge, St Augustine, Florida. 2020
Fog obscures the Francis and Mary Usina (Vilano) Bridge in December of 2020.
Blackrock Beach, Big Talbot Island State Park, Florida. 2020
Low tide along Nassau Sound in northeast Florida reveals unique and striking formations of a soft, dark soil known as black rock.
Rain, Guana River, Florida. 2020
A late-afternoon rain falls on the Guana River in northeast Florida.
Quarter Moon, Big Talbot Island State Park, Florida. 2020
Quick-moving clouds slide across a waning quarter moon at Boneyard Beach in Big Talbot Island State Park.
Algae on Coquina, River to Sea Preserve, Florida. 2020.
Green algae grows on slabs of coquina, a soft limestone of broken shells, at River to Sea Preserve along the Atlantic Ocean.
Cordgrass, Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve, Florida. 2020
An evening breeze rolls across the Tolomato River along the western boundary of the Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve in St Johns County.
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.
Palm Tree, Cannon Springs, Florida. 2020
A sabal palm, the state tree of Florida, struggles to survive along the banks of the Cannon Springs run in Florida.
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.
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.