I find it interesting that in the biblical account of creation, it is stated “So the evening and the morning were the first day,” and so on. Each day is described as evening and then morning. When the Jewish sabbath begins, it begins on Friday evening and continues until evening the following day. The best account I’ve heard as to why morning follows evening is that during the initial stages of creation “darkness was on the face of the deep.” Then God spoke and made the light. So there was darkness, followed by day.
From these thoughts came a series of posts that I title “Evening to Morning.” This week I’m taking a look at a favorite Everglades scene, one that I call “Three Mangroves.” It’s a small collection of mangrove trees along a short stretch of beach on Camp Lulu Key. This key is adjacent to Everglades National Park in a place called the Ten Thousand Islands.
These images were made during two separate visits from December 2014 to February 2015. They show this particular spot of the Everglades as they appear from evening to morning.
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