Landscapes

Pictures of all types of landscapes from Argentina, Costa Rica and the United States.

 

Browse the images below and travel from mountains, volcanoes and waterfalls to deserts and canyons.

 

Take rivers and streams to lakes and ponds. 

 

Visit bayous, and fresh and salt water marshes. Then go inland to springs, fields and pastures.

Salt Marsh Stream BW

This is a view from the Levy County, Florida, Shell Mound Park in the Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge. The park has a large shell bearing archeological site with a 20' high shell mound around a central plaza which has been termed a civic-ceremonial center.

The refuge is located in southeastern Dixie County and northwest Levy County on the west coast of Florida and covers 53,000 acres including 20 miles of the Suwannee River estuary and 20 miles of coastline. It is one of the largest undeveloped river delta systems in the United States.

Click image to see full picture

Pitt Spring Run

Pitt Spring is located seven miles west of US 231 off Florida State Road 20 and is accessible by car, canoe or kayak.The ten acre recreation area contains Pitt and Sylvan Spring and a boardwalk and trails.

The combined flow of the Sylvan Springs group, which includes Pitt Spring, is classified as second magnitude and is one of eleven springs or springs groups along the Econfina Creek and is part of the Econfina Creek Water Management Area.

Click image to see full picture

Early Morning Dunes

These dunes were captured in the early morning on Santa Rosa Island in the Gulf Islands National Seashore. Established in 1971, The Gulf Islands National Seashore is the largest national seashore in the Americas, with portions in the Gulf of Mexico in the states of both Florida and Mississippi.

Click image to see full picture

Sea Oats And Shadows

These sea oats were throwing shadows on Santa Rosa Island in the Gulf Island National Seashore. Established in 1971, The Gulf Islands National Seashore is the largest national seashore in the Americas, with portions in the Gulf of Mexico in the states of both Florida and Mississippi.

Click image to see full picture

Pitt Spring

Pitt Spring is located seven miles west of US 231 off Florida State Road 20 and is accessible by car, canoe or kayak.The ten acre recreation area contains Pitt and Sylvan Spring and a boardwalk and trails.

The combined flow of the Sylvan Springs group, which includes Pitt Spring, is classified as second magnitude and is one of eleven springs or springs groups along the Econfina Creek and is part of the Econfina Creek Water Management Area.

Click image to see full picture

Back Beach Dunes

One of the dunes away from the water that surround Ft. Pickens on Santa Rosa Island, Florida. Established in 1971, The Gulf Islands National Seashore is the largest national seashore in the Americas, with portions in the Gulf of Mexico in the states of both Florida and Mississippi.

Click image to see full picture

Bending Seaoats

The wind bends the seaoats on Santa Rosa Island in the Gulf Islands National Seashore. Established in 1971, The Gulf Islands National Seashore is the largest national seashore in the Americas, with portions in the Gulf of Mexico in the states of both Florida and Mississippi.

Click image to see full picture

Waves In The Dunes

The wind sculpts the sand in the dunes on Santa Rosa Island in the Gulf Islands National Seashore. Established in 1971, The Gulf Islands National Seashore is the largest national seashore in the Americas, with portions in the Gulf of Mexico in the states of both Florida and Mississippi.

Click image to see full picture

Salt Marsh Stream

This is a view from the Levy County, Florida, Shell Mound Park in the Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge. The park has a large shell bearing archeological site with a 20' high shell mound around a central plaza which has been termed a civic-ceremonial center.

Click image to see full picture

Santa Rosa Island Dunes

These dunes are a part of Santa Rosa Island in the Gulf Islands National Seashore. Established in 1971, The Gulf Islands National Seashore is the largest national seashore in the Americas, with portions in the Gulf of Mexico in the states of both Florida and Mississippi.

Click image to see full picture

Fowlers Bluff

Fowlers Bluff is a small community on the Suwannee River in Levy County, Florida located in the Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge. This view is from behind the one restaurant in the community.

Click image to see full picture

Fishing Territory

This is a view from the Levy County, Florida, Shell Mound Park in the Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge. The park has a large shell bearing archeological site with a 20' high shell mound around a central plaza which has been termed a civic-ceremonial center.

Click image to see full picture