Everglades River Of Grass Miami Florida

by Barnabee Bodi February. 16, 2017 1325 views

Everglades (Pa-hay-okee) is a natural wetland in the southern portion of the US.

Google map of the Everglades: Everglades National Park map

Also called "River Of Grass" since it is a slowly moving river,moving so slow about 1 meter per hour or 39.37 inches per hour.

American Alligator grow up to 20 feets or in meter about 6 meters

Ameriban Alligator in the Everglades National Park of shout Florida USA.

Florida Red-bellied Turtle grow up to 20 inches or 50 cm .

Florida Red-bellied Turtle living in harmony with the American Alligator,at list for now...

Great Blue Heron the largest Heron in North America.

Great Blu Heron absolutely beautiful colors on this bird.

Snowy Egret in short the whites Egret of all.

Snowy Egret,so pure white the real snow can learn from this bird

American Crocodile grows up to 15 feet 4.5meters

American crocodile if you focus your eyes to the end of the top snout about 10-15 second, you will be able to see the separation and the distant from the rock behind it.

White Ibis. White bird with pink facial markings

White Ibis captured just after sunset.The bird ready to call of the day.

Florida Red-bellied Turtle actually yellois checkered belly with black and yellow squares on the belly and the under neck.

Florida Red-bellied Turtle,this are the close up picture of the above picture where the turtle and the gator was nicely posing for picture.

American Crocodile with the mouth wild open close up picture.

American Crocodile close up capture with lot of details.

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Ram Ya 3 years, 7 months ago

Wow, stunning series! I was viewing this on a large monitor and I am take away by the quality of your images.
Thank you for the entertainment :)

p.s. Welcome to PhotoBlog, Barnabee!

3 years, 7 months ago Edited
Barnabee Bodi Replied to Ram Ya 3 years, 7 months ago

Hi Ram
Thank you for your compliment. Sometime we just get lucky,preparation timing gears are important,but the right moment and couple ounce of luck will help to get the best of the best specially with wildlife.

3 years, 7 months ago Edited
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