If you drive into #Hamilton County, #Florida from #Georgia on US Highway 41 exactly 5 miles South of the Georgia-Florida state line until you see NW 25th lane -a dirt road- and then drive just over 2 miles down that road until you see a sign on the left that says Jennings Bluff, make a left there & drive ANOTHER mile down a trail through the woods until it dead ends- you'll see a trail on your left; park your vehicle on the right & take a 20 minute hike down the Jennings Bluff trail, you'll start to hear rushing water as you start to walk toward a beautiful river in the woods that seemingly ends into a wall of rocks- but as you walk up closer and realize there's MUCH more to what you are seeing than that! You've just found the Dead River Sink- a point where the entirety of the water flowing in dead river literally drops into a cave- the Floridan Aquifer- where the river continues to flow underground before rising again many miles away! ***This picture actually don't do justice in showing just how BIG this area around the sink actually is! The #Alapaha River Sink is also very close to this but unfortunately the water level was too high, blocking access to where the sink is and covering any trace of where the sink is! Captured by @jaygblanton using a #Canon6D on Sunday, #January 14th at about 3:00 pm.