Guana River State Park
Members of the Beaches Photography Club went on an outing a week ago. We went to the Guana River State Park and Preserve and spent the afternoon taking photos. I had never been there before - and what an interesting place it was! We hiked (or moseyed) along a trail that was about 1 and 1/2 miles long - snapping photos along the way. It was a beautiful afternoon. The sun was out, there was a slight breeze, and there were so many interesting looking trees and vines and lichen. We didn't see much in the way of wildlife. However, there were many "no-see-ums" that seemed to attack when there was no breeze. We stayed until sunset and took more photos and then we almost had to jog to get out of the trail area before it got too dark. I was glad I had a flashlight with me! This is a great place to come back to and spend more time on the trails. There is a lot to explore - and a lot to photograph!
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