Cypress Island on Lake Marion near Cuddo Unit of Santee Wildlife Refuge

This was a cool place to be. The red-wing blackbirds were calling out loudly due to a stonefly hatch. I got out of the kayak to set up the tripod in knee deep water. We did not see any alligators in these trees, but less than a quarter mile from here we were surrounded by a dozen gators ranging  from 6 feet up to 12 feet or so. What a beautiful day!

Copyright: Scott harper
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Uploaded: 29/09/2012
Updated: 06/08/2014


Tags: south carolina; lake marion; santee national wildlife refuge; usf&ws; outdoors; trees
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