Wekiva Springs

I’m working on a project of Florida springs, which I can’t wait to share, but at Wekiva I was met with inclement weather, and a spring that was highly developed in the 1930’s by the Civilian Conservation Corps. So this post contains not the spring, but the natural beauty of the land around the spring. I’m grateful that land so close to Orlando was protected for the beauty and enjoyment of all.

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32 thoughts on “Wekiva Springs

  1. So relatively little of Florida’s natural habitat has been set aside, protected from development, it’s nice to see this little slice of it. Looks like they’ve done a controlled burn? I esp. love the shot of grasses and trees.

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