Texture at Corkscrew Swamp

Yesterday we went to Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary in southwest southern Florida and found lots of texture. How convenient because Cee is calling for “texture” this week. The sanctuary has a two and a half mile boardwalk that goes through a bald cypress forest – the largest one in North America.

Corkscrew 081It took us over 4 hours because the 4 sets of eyes were continually seeing something to examine or photograph. Here are some of the textures I captured. Click on one of the photos to see as a slide show and to read captions.

To see more of the entries to Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge go to:

http://www.ceephotography.com/2013/04/02/cees-fun-foto-challenge-textures/#

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    • I am just starting to visit them during our winter stay – and we are really having fun learning of this new environment. Thanks for visiting and especially for leaving a comment. 🙂

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  1. Pat_ These are all fantastic pictures & great textures!
    Gosh – I don’t know whick one I love most. I’m thinking I better say Alligator as to not upset it.
    But- in a whisper I dare say the web & warped tree trunk. 😉

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    • It truly is. It has two and half miles of beautiful boardwalk through the swamp with multiple ecosystems. We only went once and I’m looking forward to another trip next winter/spring.

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