Greetings from the Hermit-Writer. This is Part 2 of my EM Park safari [February 2]. Last week's shots were primarily from the south side of the park, along the reservoir. The latter pictures of this layout captures the unique setting at Edward Medard...where the oaks took root on the debris field of this old phosphate mine. You'll see how the loose sand making up the hills eroded. I'm conflicted over how neat it is to see the oaks' root systems...with how sad it makes me feel that these grand trees will soon topple over and die. Argh.
Have a great week!
-R. Mac Wheeler