Okefenokee Swamp | Blackwater, National Geographic Magazine: Rope Swing On The St. Marys River

Girls dives into the water from rope swing died to trees.

Children dive into north Florida’s St. Marys River from a rope swing along the bank lined with moss-covered trees.

The St. Marys pristine water attracts families in the summer to swim and canoe. The St. Marys River and the more famous Suwannee River, both flow out of the swamp. The St. Marys has little current as it makes its way to the Atlantic forming the border between Georgia and Florida.