Johnson Spring is a smaller spring in the Gilchrist Blue Springs area. Duckweed covers part of the surface, but the water is still a pretty bluish color and flows along for several hundred yards where it meets the Santa Fe River.
While the lighting was sub-optimal, I was entrance by all of the lilies in bloom.
I followed a forest trail that led back to Naked Springs, a flashier cousin.
A partially buried bottle along Naked Spring Run
Maple pods, a sure sign of the beginning of spring
These last two images were made at a place named Pearl Spring, where I had some sunshine on the flowers. And that will wrap it up for this week.
Looks so beautiful and relaxing.
It really can be…