There is a beauty to seeing the Everglades from the air that is unparalleled. After paddling through the Everglades for years by canoe I found it remarkable that from the air it looks exactly like it does on the chart, only you never see that from water level. It was mesmerizing to fly over so many of the places I’ve paddled, and to see the far interior that we don’t get to, even by canoe. I gained a new appreciation for the wildness of it all. So without further adieu, the Florida Everglades from above.
Must have been wonderful to get the chance to see this piece of wilderness
It sure was Chas!
Beautiful – you flew in a helicopter – in order to get these shots I guess – or small 2 seater? amazing
It was a four seater, I was right across from the pilot
lucky you! great view as testified by your photos 🙂
wow gorgeous pictures! I want to see the Everglades myself now!
Always like it when my work inspires a visit, thanks!
You’re welcome 🙂
Superb shots as always! My favourite shot is the white pelicans on the spit of Indian Key. 🙂
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