I’ve always wanted to drive the Natchez Trace, and was finally able to do so. Just north of Jackson, Mississippi this lone bald cypress in the water caught my eye. If you ever get a chance to drive the Trace, it’s a two lane road of gorgeousness, actually through a national park, with a 50 mph speed limit. There are miles and miles of destruction, too, where a tornado tore through and left the forest stripped and haunting. And, you might also see the occasional deer. Make sure you have your favorite music available, sit back, and let the beauty feed your soul.
Texture from Filter Forge.
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