It’s been a rainy week in the swamp.
Here’s some scenic photos of those clouds in action.
|South of Tamiami Trail|
in the vicinity of New River Strand
|Near the mouth of Turner River|
looking upstream. If you look closely
you can see the orphaned mile of
Turner River canal that was filled in
in 1996 and helped steer water back
to the river.
|Yes, that’s flooded, but it’s not|
the “wetting front.” It’s the line in
the swamp where the Moon Fish
Wildfire stopped, looking east
into the Everglades
The swamp is a flood and fire adapted ecosystem.
So goes flood and fire, so goes the swamp.