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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.
Rock Cairns, River to Sea Preserve, 2020.
A grouping of cairns built atop coquina rock project towards the ocean at dusk.
Gore’s Landing, Ocklawaha River, 2020.
Evening sets in on the Ocklawaha River at Gore’s Landing.
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.
A Drowned Forest on the Ocklawaha River
Moisture-heavy clouds move across a drowned forest on the Ocklawaha River early in the morning.
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.