Yes, I took pictures and I will put a few of them on here for you to see. First is an unusual looking tree. I have seen trees with large holes in them but I this one has both a front door and a rear door:
Here is our little Gizzy leading the way:
My wife standing beside a typical large pine tree. Those are beautiful trees and the State Park preserves them from the logging industry:
In a partial clearing, the shrubs and bushes can get enough light to survive, too:
A wading bird stands on the edge of a water lily patch waiting for a fish to come out of hiding:
Underneath the large pines, nothing seems to grow:
The large water plants have about swallowed the wood duck nesting box:
In the above picture the dirt at the shoreline has been all dug up. I wonder if the alligators did that or if wild hogs are involved. I didn't see any tracks to verify hogs so maybe it was the alligators.
That is all for today. I plan to put more pictures on but don't want to bore you with too many in one day. We had a great day and enjoyed it very much. Now, we want you all to have a great day today, you hear?