Elevation – 345 feet above Sea Level

The view from “atop” Britton Hill at Lakewood Park, Florida’s Highest Point.  It is hard to tell, but that is cotton ready for harvest at the bottom of the hill.

I’ve been passing the sign for this on Hwy 331 in Paxton, Florida for years and finally followed the signs to this place.  It’s quite the dubious honor for Florida tourism.  However, just a stones throw from the park was the abandoned church that was worth the shoot.

Fall Flowers

On last weekend’s travels through Florida’s panhandle and southern and central Alabama, the Blackeyed Susans were everywhere.

Fall Sumac and Blackeyed Susans

Young Pines, Cattails, Goldenrod, Blackeyed Susans and unknown purple flower