Things are rarely as they appear. Here on the edge of Lake Superior, even the edges aren’t obvious. The dunes of Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore sometimes sit atop high cliffs, like this one.
Archives for March 2011
An exploration into the wilderness along the St. Johns River near Cocoa, the Taylor Creek Loop invites you to immerse in the shade of ancient palms in a floodplain
It’s spring, which means the trails of Florida’s Panhandle are ablaze in a variety of native plant blooms, from wild azalea to red buckeye, columbine, mountain laurel, and several native varieties of pitcher plants that are especially showy this time of year. Yellow River Marshes Preserve is an easy place to see pitcher plants along […]