Hopkins Prairie


The campground I’d aimed for was full, it was all that photographing during the day. Serendipitously it led to a small, undeveloped campground in Hopkins Prairie, in the Ocala National Forest. It was rainy and overcast the entire trip, but it didn’t dampen any spirits, in fact, the rain dripping through the live oaks and Spanish moss was quite magical. The campground, beneath the live oaks, sits on a peninsula surrounded by prairie. It’s a place to which I’d love to return.









This post was scheduled for this day. NomadRuss is spending the season at Katmai National Park in Alaska. He won’t have solid internet connection again until late September, so responses to comments may be delayed. Please be patient and see you in the fall! Still, look for posts here every Thursday!


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  1. Pingback: Hopkins Prairie — nomadruss in words and photos | O LADO ESCURO DA LUA

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