Saturday, October 4, 2014

Myakka River Art

Palmettos in Myakka
Myakka River State Park is a favorite place for our research team to go to. The place is alluring with deep areas of wilderness that nobody has ever gone into. It has also been the site of recent Skunk Ape sightings. Research teams have found evidence, such as prints, wood knocking, and recorded howls. The area is just so vast it would take weeks to work it. That is why Myakka is very high on our list of places to visit this Fall Winter months.

Kevin and I have bushwhacked our way into them and they are deep and overgrown. The area is also a very beautiful place. It is a site where photographers go into for great opportunities for wildlife and just wild terrain for good images. This is a photo of a palmetto field I took some years ago. I was pleased with the lighting of the setting sun and it made something you commonly see in Myakka look like art.

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