The swamp isn’t really this bumpy —
Or actually it is … at least, that is, if you have the eyes of a water drop.
What the human eye sees as nothing but “flat as a pancake” a water drop intuitively gravitates through – funneling into its wide Liliputian canyons at the height of the rainy season and then becoming captured in its deep-water domes and still-water strands as winter water table drops.
Freshwater feeds into the 10,000 Islands estuary during our flow season:
Where waters remain it is “still and silent” and soaking in.
The swamps are as spongy as they are bumpy …
At least, that is, through the eyes of water drop.