The Audubon Swamp Garden on the grounds of Magnolia Plantation near Charleston, South Carolina is a 60 acre cypress and tupelo swamp. In the past the swamp served as a reservoir for the plantation’s rice cultivation. Now it is an interesting and easy Swamp to walk through on the trails and raised boardwalks to get some interesting images. For Wildlife we mostly saw a variety of birds and quite a few alligators on this visit. Most of the birds we saw were quite far out so even shooting @ 600mm I had to crop the images some. But it was still a Great area to photograph and to just see as we were walking through the Swamp Garden. The landscapes & cloudscapes in the swamp were very interesting also, but that will be a different post.
Must say that Little Green Heron is one big specimen. Thanks for introducing me to this new spot in SC.
The Audubon Swamp Gardens were an interesting place to photograph! The landscapes were nice for photos also! Thanks again!
It looks like a heron’s paradise, good fishing I guess. Beautiful photos, Reed!
Thanks Belinda! It was a fun location to wander and photograph through!
Fabulous captures, Reed!
Thanks Donna! It is an amazing place to photograph! But they really charge you for almost every area you want to go to!