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  • Photo by Carlton Ward Jr @carltonward | I am in love with Florida’s coast on the Gulf of Mexico and am continually mesmerized by the patterns of its estuaries when seen from above. This is the mouth of the Suwannee River, photographed during a helicopter flight in January. The Suwannee serves as a 240-mile-long (386 km) wildlife corridor connecting Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge at its headwaters in Georgia to Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge on Florida's Gulf coast near Cedar Key. Because the Suwanee watershed remains relatively natural, clean water in the estuary supports one of America's most important sources of aquaculture for oysters and clams. #gulfofmexico #suwannee
    Photo by Carlton Ward Jr @carltonward | I am in love with Florida’s coast on the Gulf of Mexico and am continually mesmerized by the patterns of its estuaries when seen from above. This is the mouth of the Suwannee River, photographed during a helicopter flight in January. The Suwannee serves as a 240-mile-long (386 km) wildlife corridor connecting Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge at its headwaters in Georgia to Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge on Florida's Gulf coast near Cedar Key. Because the Suwanee watershed remains relatively natural, clean water in the estuary supports one of America's most important sources of aquaculture for oysters and clams.  #gulfofmexico #suwannee

    Photo by Carlton Ward Jr @carltonward | I am in love with Florida’s coast on the Gulf of Mexico and am continually mesmerized by the patterns of its estuaries when seen from above. This is the mouth of the Suwannee River, photographed during a helicopter flight in January. The Suwannee serves as a 240-mile-long (386 km) wildlife corridor connecting Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge at its headwaters in Georgia to Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge on Florida's Gulf coast near Cedar Key. Because the Suwanee watershed remains relatively natural, clean water in the estuary supports one of America's most important sources of aquaculture for oysters and clams. #gulfofmexico #suwannee

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Как будто то много змей.

@vovchik8601 Instagram Profile 17 July, 2019

Как будто то много змей.

@koacunha Instagram Profile 17 July, 2019

Tudo que Deus faz é mais que perfeito, simplesmente fantástico!

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