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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.
Tide Pool, River to Sea Preserve, Florida. 2020.
The setting sun’s soft light falls across a tide pool at River to Sea Preserve along the Atlantic Ocean. Large coquina rocks layer this section of Florida, each rock a soft limestone of broken shells.
Remnant, Cannon Springs, Florida. 2020.
Upwelling springwater flows towards the Cannon Springs run behind the remnant of a tree that once shaded this spot.
Sabal Palm, Drowned Forest, Florida. 2020.
A rotted-out sabal palm, the state tree of Florida, reaches towards a vacant sky in the Drowned Forest along the Ocklawaha River in Florida.
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.
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.
Floodplain Swamp, Ocklawaha River, 2020.
Palm fronds create a patchy, tangled shade in a floodplain swamp along the Ocklawaha River near Gore’s Landing in Marion County, Florida.
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.