Kayakers paddle among ancient bald cypresses in 2016 in Three Sisters slough along the Black River, an area that could become part of a proposed N.C. state park.
Kayakers paddle among ancient bald cypresses in 2016 in Three Sisters slough along the Black River, an area that could become part of a proposed N.C. state park. Andrew Kornylak Andrew Kornylak
Kayakers paddle among ancient bald cypresses in 2016 in Three Sisters slough along the Black River, an area that could become part of a proposed N.C. state park. Andrew Kornylak Andrew Kornylak

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