St. John’s River
Photographed 1993 - 1996
Most of the images were shot from a boat, and it rained during much of this period. I would motor to a location, sink poles into the water, and attach the boat with bungee cords, anchoring it so we wouldn't drift away.
The St. Johns River is unique in that it meanders from south to north.
It meanders from south to north, connecting several small lakes from Central Florida to Jacksonville where it flows into the Atlantic Ocean around Mayport Naval Station. It encompasses many estuaries, logging canals, extensive marsh areas, wetland systems, and bird sanctuaries.