Saturday, May 29, 2010

Noxubee


Noxubee NWR in Mississippi last week...we only had a couple hours to play around the area but ohhhh, I liked what I saw! 50,000 acres of good stuff. I'll be spending an excessive amount of time there, that's for sure.( Big 'ol gator (actually, not that bit, probably about 6 feet long) and Rough-winged Swallow above. )

9 comments:

Mary Howell Cromer said...

Looks like wild country and also great photo opportunity stuff. The Rough Winged Swallow is such a beauty~

veredit said...

Insanely beautiful! What a fabulous natural! Spectacular images, and I mean not only the men with the many teeth.

I am delighted that you're back there, I've missed you.

Hugs

isabella

Martha Z said...

I suspect we are going to get to know this place well through your lens. I look forward to it.

The weather is finally warming up here in California. We may get some major snow melt next week so you can get to work at Tahoe and we can get some hiking in the Eastern Sierra. I'm ready for summer.

Michael said...

There is something about half submerged gators that pleases my eye. Love them.

Woody said...

50,000 acres? That should take some time to cover!!

That gator looks positively evil, be careful out there!!

Clytie said...

Beautiful area, beautiful subjects, beautiful photos. Can't wait to see more!

jason said...

Love the gator! That's a perfect shot.

It looks stunning, Jill. I hope you're enjoying yourself. I can't wait to see what else catches your eye.

Carolyn Ford said...

Wow! What a gator you captured! I think you are in your element now! Enjoy every acre you find!

Colleen said...

It's exciting to be able to explore someplace new. I love the gator and the second picture. Beautiful.