Audubon Four Swamps & Audubon Swamp Garden in South Carolina

I was going through my drives, purging files I do not need and I found these images from many years ago from a trip to South Carolina. These are 2 versions I setup for wall art from images photographed at National Audubon Four Holes Swamp and the Audubon Swamp Garden next to the Magnolia Plantation in South Carolina many years ago. The National Audubon Society’s Francis Beidler Forest is located in Four Holes Swamp, SC contains within its 15,000 acres, the largest remaining stand of virgin Baldcypress and Tupelo Gum swamp forest left anywhere in the world. The 1.75-mile self-guiding boardwalk trail allows visitors the chance to safely venture deep into the swamp and not get lost. It is buggy in areas, especially with still waters, so be prepared with bug repellent!

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4 Comments on “Audubon Four Swamps & Audubon Swamp Garden in South Carolina

  1. I enjoy swamps although not so much the chunks of flesh taken by green heads. The lower pano image shows some nice cypress buttresses.

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