Apologies to Robert Frost. No matter how I tried to work a title I came back to him.
Somewhere down there I dropped Ellen off to explore a side trail up a dike. I drove off in her car down this highway.
Here we have pine forests on one side, large open marshes on the other. An environment for most any critter you can think of.
And yes, the ‘road’ does change a bit. Perfect, as long as it’s dry. The slight turn ahead takes you out into the middle of open dikes and marshes.
Finally this is where I stopped to wait for the ‘explorer’ down the dikes.
This is the value of having a second camera / lens ready for wide shots. My trusty Tamron, not so great, 18-400 mm lens works pretty good out here.
ACE Basin, South Carolina.