Canoeing Through Quiet Mangroves

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Halfway Creek is nestled in the southwest of Florida’s Everglades National Park. The traditional swamp landscape gives way to dense mangroves, which play a crucial role in the health of the ecosystem. The fence-like mangrove roots provide a safe nursery for adolescent aquatic wildlife. But that hustle and bustle is all under the water’s surface. From my canoe, it was nothing but peace and tranquility. Mangrove forest, more than any other type of water landscape, I like to just idly drift through. Behind each root you can see the water lines of the current, and it’s nice to imagine myself to be part of the same dynamic.

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