All the rivers run into the sea; yet the sea is not full; unto the place from whence the rivers come, thither they return again. Ecclesiastes 1:7
It’s now the season when water flows visibly and robustly in Jacksonville Forest Park’s creeks. For a brief time, this essence of life makes its way to the sea with a pleasant melody of bubbles and gurgles and splashes and swooshes. It’s the most alive thing in the forest at the moment. But, in a few short weeks, when the first leaves and grasses and wildflowers of Spring emerge, the waters will have begun to recede. By summer surface flows will largely be gone. But their passing will have set the stage for the biotic abundance that is the Forest in Spring and Summer. Life will go on.BACK TO BLOG POSTS
Thank you! 🙂
Your writing is lovely, and so are your images.
Thanks! These were all done with just a UV filter. I’ve found that it works better under a forest canopy and with water than does a circular polarizer.
Were most of these done with a polarizing filter?
Love the standing waves on the Norling Creek shot.
Thanks! It often takes some experimenting to keep the white reflective water from messing with your exposure values.
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Beautiful pictures! I have yet to get my water photography dialed in, these give me something to strive for!