SQUARES – Perspective – Okefenokee Boardwalk

In April, we visited the Okefenokee Wildlife Management park in Georgia several times. The outside temperature was perfect and it is only a 1 hour drive from our house. I originally took these photos for Square Tops, but didn’t use them. They seem so much more appropriate for July Squares, Perspective.

View along the Chesser Boardwalk in Okefenokee Wildlife Management Area in Georgia.  Cloudy skies loomed and it had been raining.
Rained stopped, but cloudy skies loomed.

It rained on us the entire hike out to the tower, but had stopped on our way back. There was no one in the parking lot when we arrived. We got up at 5:30 am so we could get our hike in before other people showed up so we could maintain social distancing.

I took this photo from the top of the 4 story tower looking down where the boardwalk connects to the tower on the Chesser Island Boardwalk in Okefenokee Wildlife Management area.
From the top of the 4 story tower

The Chesser Island Boardwalk is 3/4 of mile long and dead-ends at the 4 story tower.

Looking back up the boardwalk from the 4th story of the tower in Okefenokee Wildlife Management park in Georgia.
Looking back from where we just came.
Frank with his binoculars looking out at the wetlands for birds.  There were a few waders out there.
Frank looking for birds.

There were a few waders in the wetlands, but not a lot of birds out on this day. Just below where Frank stood, on the tree branches to his right side, was a Carolina Wren just singing up a storm.

Carolina Wren singing loudly while we observed from the 4th story of the tower at the end of Chesser Island Boardwalk in Okefenokee Wildlife Management area in Georgia.
Carolina Wren below the 4th story on the tower. This wren was in the treetop, but we were looking down.

Day 6 – Squares – Perspective

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17 Comments on “SQUARES – Perspective – Okefenokee Boardwalk

    • I like the wren too. It was loud. If I had a better angle, I would have shot video but it was awkward with my camera and not steady. πŸ™‚

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