Many people do not realize that Blackwater NWR also has Tubman Road Trail down the road a few miles from the main Wildlife Drive area. When you are at the exit from the Wildlife Drive, go to the left on that main road. A little ways down that road make a right onto Hip Roof Road and look for the entrance to Tubman Road Trail. It is a dirt road so be careful and you have to make room if someone is going the other way. Park in the grass & dirt area by the small pond or Observation Platform. Years ago it was a Great place to photograph a Bald Eagle nest out from the Observation Platform. There is a bulletin board with info and map of the trail by the Observation Platform. Tubman Road Trail is about 2 miles long but be aware of private property along the way. The featured image is 12 vertical images panorama, iP11 Pro, 1.5mm lens aligned and blended in Photoshop.
Looks like a great part of the refuge made even more interesting by your shots, Reed.
Thanks so much Steve! It is a Great place to wander & photograph!
I would like to get there one day! Very nice, Reed!
Thanks so much Belinda! Blackwater NWR is one of my favorite places to photograph!
Lovely shots, Reed! I like this trail too!!
Thanks Donna! It is nice because it is usually less crowded and fun to see what you can find to photograph!
What a beautiful spot, Reed …looks so serene and peaceful.
Thanks so much! It is a great place to wander & photograph!