Explore Early Morning, Mornings and more!

An early morning estuary in the Everglades National Park. #everglades #evergladesnationalpark #Egret #estuary www.jdarrellhutto.com prints start at $20

An early morning estuary in the Everglades National Park. #everglades #evergladesnationalpark #Egret #estuary www.jdarrellhutto.com prints start at $20

Sunrise at Long Pine Key Campground in Everglades National Park, FL, USA

Sunrise at Long Pine Key Campground in Everglades National Park, FL, USA

Paul Marcellini FL photographer everglades, pinelands, fog, lines, Florida

On a foggy morning, a young slash pine grows up among its elders, a new generation for the imperiled rocky pinelands of the Everglades. Photo © copyright by Paul Marcellini.

Everglades National Park is a U.S. National Park in Florida that protects the southern 20 percent of the original Everglades. it is the largest subtropical wilderness, the largest wilderness of any kind east of the Mississippi River, and is visited on average by one million people each year. It is the third-largest national park in the lower 48 states.

Everglades National Park, Florida Everglades National Park, the largest subtropical wilderness in the United States, boasts rare and endangered species.

I have entitled this image Everglades Canal but another name could be rugged beauty. Mother nature owns this property and she is both beautiful and dangerous. Prints start at $20

I have entitled this image Everglades Canal but another name could be rugged beauty. Mother nature owns this property and she is both beautiful and dangerous. Prints start at $20

Turner River, Everglades National Park (Florida). Picture Yourself in Paradise at www.floridanest.com

Turner River, Everglades National Park (Florida). Picture Yourself in Paradise at www.floridanest.com

Sunset on a chickee as the rains pour down.

National Parks during 52 weeks to celebrate the NPS centennial in

Pouratis Pond-Mangroves-Everglades National Park - Florida

Pouratis Pond-Mangroves-Everglades National Park - Florida

Gators - The alligator also functions as the engineer of the glades, providing a valuable function by finding low points in the limestone bases and using its snout, tail, and feet to enlarge the hole and clear out mud and vegetation from the water there to form "gator holes." During the dry season these pools provide water resources for many animals in the glades. As such the alligator is a "keystone species"--it affects the existence of other organisms in key ways. (Everglades national…

Gators - The alligator also functions as the engineer of the glades, providing a valuable function by finding low points in the limestone bases and using its snout, tail, and feet to enlarge the hole and clear out mud and vegetation from the water there to form "gator holes." During the dry season these pools provide water resources for many animals in the glades. As such the alligator is a "keystone species"--it affects the existence of other organisms in key ways. (Everglades national…

Pinterest
Search