I have spent so many hours standing on the boardwalk going across the lily pond, taking photos of water lilies, lily pads, cannas and irises, rice plants, reflections, and ripples. What intrigues me in this area is the River of Grass that you see beyond the lily pond. This was planted to educate visitors about the river of grass that makes up the Everglades. The next photo was taken along the Tamiami Trail (going from Tampa to Miami) as the sun was rising across the grasslands of the Everglades.
It as been a while since I went to the Everglades in the early morning – I’m thinking it would be a safe excursion I would like to take sometime in the next couple of weeks. The longer I wait, the earlier I will have to get up to make the drive in the dark to meet the rising sun.
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I remember reading about the river of grass when we visited the Everglades years ago, but I’d forgotten about it until now. Thanks for the memory!
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Sounds like a good way to spend the morning.
It beats sitting in my favorite chair in Michigan watching the snow falling – even though falling snow is very beautiful.
I can only imagine how beautiful the Everglades National Park is. I would love to visit one day and brave the maze-like waters, tall grasses, and mangrove isles teaming with unique wildlife. Thanks for sharing and have a good day. Aiva 🙂