They call the Everglades “the river of grass”, and a few weeks ago, I witnessed why.
Now just to clarify, the Everglades is not just limited to Everglades National Park. The area is truly huge.
Much of South Florida is considered “glades” country. It includes, but is not limited to, Big Cypress National Preserve, Collier Seminole State Park, and Picayun Strand State Forest.
All of which I had the pleasure to photograph over my 11 day, 4000 mile journey.
The Everglades is a truly stunning landscape. Very different from what my main focus has been for the last decade, the Rocky Mountains of the American West.
As I mentioned before, Canon sent me the 5D MK III to test on this trip, and these are just a few of my favorites from my old 5D MK II.
The MK III images will be posted separately, and I’m so excited to share those with you. I was absolutely blown away with the improvements made on the new 5D.
But next, I want to share an Everglades wrap-up video. I plan to create episodic videos of all of my adventures from here on out… “webisodes”, if you will.
I will release the Everglades episode first thing tomorrow morning, so be on the lookout!
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