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Camera Clicks – Seeing the Trees for the Forrest 🌳

Camera Clicks – Seeing the Trees for the Forrest 🌳

First thing I notice on this trail, is the high water mark on the trees. I should’ve take a reference photo to show just how high the water can get near the river. Then I say a small thank you to the trees for proving such clean air to breath. The air is cool & crisp and there is NO noise pollution. The Forrest is dense but God’s big flash light finds a way in…

Do you see the high water marks?
Hello, Good morning…
The sun is giving a morning kiss…

Camera Clicks – Withlacoochee River and an Elephant….

Camera Clicks – Withlacoochee River and an Elephant….

So I am following him up the river at this point, he wants to check a crawfish trap. The bank is steep and I am strapped down with cameras and a back pack. I am notorious for having 2 left feet (it runs in the family 😆 ) so I tell him to go without me while I try not to end up IN the river. As I make it around roots and a tree that is literally sticking out of the bank and over the river, I look up and he’s on his way back. So I snap a couple of him. Then, I turn around, I see an Elephant sticking out of the bank….do you see it? Did I mention this is a magical place?

Camera Clicks – Withlacoochee River …

Bare with me… enjoying Mother Nature…

Looks like a story is being told…

Camera Clicks – Withlacoochee River

Camera Clicks – Withlacoochee River

Just barely day break, here I am following my son into the forrest of the Richloam Wildlife Management Area along the Withlacoochee River. The mist is still rising from the water, birds are singing, yet it was an amazing Soul cleansing silence. I see things and wonder, if the trees, rocks and water could speak, what could they tell us about what they’ve seen? There were more than a few times, I wholeheartedly expected to see tree nymphs, fairies or the little people…it’s that magical of a place, very few people get to see.

Camera Clicks – Big Cypress Preserve, in Color!

Camera Clicks – Big Cypress Preserve, in Color!

Camera Clicks – B & W Big Cypress Preserve