Thursday, April 24, 2014

Wakulla's wondrous water world

The first seven images were taken on Monday, March 21 in the Wakulla Springs State Park. 

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Recent rainfall has caused increased an increase in flow out
of the caves. This image and the next three images were taken
at the bridge along the park drive next to Sally Ward Spring.
During high water, the flow goes from the Indian Springs area
to Sally Ward on the way to the Wakulla River.

The next five images were taken the same day at the cypress dome along the park drive.
Virginia creeper

Netted chain fern

Royal fern

Royal fern reflected in the water
 The next three photos were taken this morning, Thursday, March 24 east of Highway 98, between Medart and Panacea in the St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge. This is my first visit to a small pond in a pine forest a short walk from the highway.

These final four images, also taken this morning are in the woodland adjacent to the pond.

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