High tide at the Everglades by dutchothotmailcom

High tide at the Everglades

Since the storm Eta on November 9, we still have places that suffer high waters. This is taken at Everglades Holiday park, were they had to make another deck to cross the waters to their deck for the boat rides. Before you could just walk up. You can see by the tiki hut that the picnic table seat is under water and the information board regarding birds and animals in the everglades is not accessible without getting wet feet. Just hope some of those animals such as the alligators know to stay in their "old" boundaries.
Lovely POV
November 23rd, 2020  
Wow! That's something. I hope the water level goes down soon. Very nice documentary capture!
November 23rd, 2020  
Wow, we've still had some higher than normal tides up here, but nothing like this. Great shot.
November 23rd, 2020  
Beautifully composed and great pov. that does seem pretty high, hope it goes down soon.
November 23rd, 2020  
Nice pic. I hope the water recedes soon.
November 23rd, 2020  
It was looking lovely and tropical until I read the story!!
November 23rd, 2020  
It does look quite tropical but I wouldn't fancy coking across alligators.
November 23rd, 2020  
The water is certainly lingering - let’s hope the alligators don’t! A very informative composition.
November 23rd, 2020  
Van
Great composition
November 23rd, 2020  
No picnic there for a while.... I remember Houston and floodwater. The park where my son played soccer often flooded - didn't like the smell and the mosquitoes.
November 23rd, 2020  
This is a nice shot
November 23rd, 2020  
Nice shot and narrative.
November 23rd, 2020  
Nice shot
November 23rd, 2020  
Let’s hope that normality is restored when the water level go down.
November 23rd, 2020  
Those clouds look a little threatening, hope they don’t add to the woe!
November 23rd, 2020  
We’ve been on one of those boat rides to see a gator show... that planking doesn’t look too safe. Hope the waters continue to recede.
November 23rd, 2020  
Hopefully as the water recedes so do any dangerous creatures
November 23rd, 2020  
A great capture of this watery scene. Hopefully there isn't more to come from those clouds.
November 23rd, 2020  
Hopefully the water will recede soon.
November 23rd, 2020  
The walkway creates a nice diagonal, but the high waters are concerning.
November 23rd, 2020  
This is a wonderful shot. I assume you live near the Everglades and that’s where you take your amazing bird photos.
November 23rd, 2020  
Daar word je niet blij van. Hopelijk zakt het water snel.
November 23rd, 2020  
Nice POV and capture
November 23rd, 2020  
I thought about alligators the moment you mentioned flooding. Yikes. Can't imagine being surprised by one of those monster creatures.
November 23rd, 2020  
Great shot
November 23rd, 2020  
If you live close to water, you have to anticipate flooding during or after a storm. we had 20 ft.waves crashing the shoreline. the storm tore plankings of the rooftops of high rises in. glad I live over an hours highway drive north of there. love your composition and hope the water will recede soon , leaving no cros behind.
November 23rd, 2020  
Great capture
November 23rd, 2020  
Bep
Great capture!
November 23rd, 2020  
Wow - nicely captured.
November 23rd, 2020  
Een prachtig plaatje. Jammer van die power lijnen er dwars doorheen. Ik haal ze dan weg.
November 23rd, 2020  
@ingrid01, yeah, those mosquitoes are annoying .
@susiemc I am surrounded by Everglades, about 30 -45 minutes drive. @bruni , I am officially not in a flood zone area.. nevertheless we got lots of water from this latest storm.
@pyrrhula , daar ga ik aan werken. Ben nog niet zo goed met dat soort dingen :-)
November 24th, 2020  
Great shot and narrative.
November 24th, 2020  
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