Ohoopee River in Winter

Ohoopee River GA Tattnall County Near Altamaha Confluence Big Hammock Exposed Roots Hardwoods Winter Landscape Picture Image Photograph  © Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia USA 2013

These images were made near the confluence of the Ohoopee and Altamaha Rivers, between the Tattnall County Landing and Big Hammock Natural Area.

Ohoopee River GA Tattnall County Near Altamaha Confluence Big Hammock Picture Image Photo © Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia USA 2013________________________________________________________

Ohoopee River GA Tattnall County Near Altamaha Confluence Big Hammock Cypress Reflection Winter Bottomland Floodplain Picture Image Photo © Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia USA 2013________________________________________________________

Ohoopee River GA Tattnall County Near Altamaha Confluence Big Hammock Cypress Knees Bottomland Floodplain Natural Environment Picture Image Photo © Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia USA 2013_______________________________________________________

Ohoopee River GA Tattnall County Near Altamaha Confluence Big Hammock Cypress Knees Winter Landscape Bottomland Floodplain Picture Image Photo © Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia USA 2013________________________________________________________

Ohoopee River GA Tattnall County Near Altamaha Confluence Big Hammock River Birch Peeling Bark Betula nigra Picture Image Photo © Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia USA 2013

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4 responses to “Ohoopee River in Winter

  1. I love that first image with the knarley tree right forground

  2. BOBBY WATKINS

    I DON’T SEE BANKS COUNTY GEORGIA ON HERE. WHY?

    • Bobby: it’s a bit north of my “region” but I have photographed there and will be back up there in the spring. I’m thinking of expanding the range of the site, so thanks for the input!

  3. John Degnan

    Neat set of shots. I may have sent this to you already in the past… not sure… but I took one similar of the Ogeechee River swamp near the railroad trestle back in May of ’03. Here it is attached to this e-mail. Use it if you like on the site… no charge.

    John Degnan JohnnyReb69@comcast.net

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