Everglades Nat’l Park Project. Phase 4 Big Cypress Preserve

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Ok guys, this entry is the last from this Project;

… and let me tell you this… was the most demanding physically, we walked in the hot inferno of mosquitoes; right through the Cypress Dome, a sanctuary in the middle of nowhere, so perfect in harmony I can’t not even imagine how the living creatures make life over.

The Big Cypress Nat’l Preserve is a place to visit, just once in your life… if you don’t like hot and mosquitoes, is ok, but the simple fact of visiting will put a different point of view about the Big Swamp.

 

This time we carried our gear, backpacking was a word from the past, damn backpacking!!!, I’m not event remember the last time I did that, well, now I know, last sunday July 3rd, 2011, the walk was about a mile or mile and a half, right to the Dome, it’s so amazing how the Cypress create layers of trees until you get to the core, the Cypress Dome, a big pond; that was empty this time of the year  by the way!, but I can’t imagine walking during WATER LEVELS and do photography over the place.Here is the the Collection of photos, I am putting together another collection of photos, from my film camera, that soon will be over the blog.

My Pick:

Now time to get back to other tasks, Buena Noche!

Cesar Out!

Note: Photos taken with Nikon Camera (D300/D700) using Sigma Lenses on Lexar UDMA Professional Digital Film

Cesar L. Diaz

Cesar Here!.... Information Technology run thru my vains from 8 - 5. When not at the Office I drive a Toyota FJ Cruiser Trail Team Edition and a nice Photog Paraphernalia back pack (LowePro Dry Zone 200), inside ===> Nikon Cameras and lenses (Nikon D700, Nikon D300, Nikon F100) and many other tools, of course. Photography and Adventure are ingredients in my day to day life mixed with motorcycles and outdoor activities; and I do want to share My Experiences here with You.

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