Reflections on the Ocklawaha

By: biff4ugo , 12:29 PM GMT on March 19, 2014

While studying the Ocklawaha, I noticed how amazingly reflective the dark tannic water was. The green "snow" in this image is Azola or duckweed. The day was grey and ominous, but when you rotate the image upside down, you mind does cool stuff. The snow is not in the air, it is on the water.

Azola Snow in Cypress (biff4ugo)
This image was taken with a GoPro on the Ocklawaha. No filters. Just inverted.
Azola Snow in Cypress
Branched Ripples (biff4ugo)
The Darkwater in the Ocklawaha is amazingly reflective. I love what our boat wake did to the edge.
Branched Ripples

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