Sunday, March 22, 2015

This photograph presents an odd perspective for this part of Florida.  It was taken from a high vantage point.   Since moving here, I've missed the hills and old, worn down mountains that give the Hudson Valley such character and beauty.  The Jacksonville area seems to be one vast, flat sandbar with little variation, but the Jacksonville arboretum boasts a rather high overlook of the pond below, and a ravine beyond the pond.   I've visited three times now, and look forward to going again later in the day, and later in the season as the trees leaf out.  (Film)


DEH said...

Spring morning light makes the scene very attractive.
As to non-flat areas, the nearby Theodore Roosevelt Area is an enjoyable hike.

John Voss said...

Good to know, D. I'll wander around there. Thanks.