<p><br> Brown and blue blend as water from <a href="http://www.ginniespringsoutdoors.com/" target="_blank">Ginnie Springs</a> mixes with Santa Fe River water naturally tinted by plant tannins. Popular with divers, Ginnie is part of Florida's vast labyrinth of freshwater springs, which honeycombs the northern half of the state.</p>

Ginnie Springs


Brown and blue blend as water from Ginnie Springs mixes with Santa Fe River water naturally tinted by plant tannins. Popular with divers, Ginnie is part of Florida's vast labyrinth of freshwater springs, which honeycombs the northern half of the state.

Photograph by David Doubilet, National Geographic

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