Wild Florida Photo
Nature Photography by Paul Rebmann
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Backyard Biodiversity Day
Sat. Oct. 24, Mead Gardens, Winter Park, FL
Discovering Nature: Past and Present
Oct 22 & 31 Halifax Historical Museum
Halifax Art Festival
Sat & Sun, Nov 7 & 8, downtown Daytona Beach, FL
Open through November 14
Our Natural World Around Us
Halifax Historical Museum Exhibit
St. Augustine Art & Craft Festival
Sat & Sun, Nov. 28 & 29, St. Augustine, FL
Click on any of the above events for more details.
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Locations where you can buy Wild Florida Photos
Gift shop in the Craft Square at Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park in White Springs.
Select Wild Florida Photo greeting cards and matted prints are now available at the Lyonia Environmental Center gift shop.
Visit Paul Rebmann's Fine Art Photography Blog for stories behind the images and more. The latest blog post is about Exhibits.
Limited Time Sale!
To celebrate Our Natural World Around Us at the Halifax Historical Museum in downtown Daytona Beach, images in the exhibit will be selected for five day online sales. This will continue through November 14 when the exhibit ends, with one or two images available at this special price at any one time.
You can purchase an 11" x 14" stretched canvas print of Hairy Leafcup #2 for the promotional price of only $50.
Sale ends at 5 pm Sunday Oct. 11 - only 10 prints are available in this special offer that is less than half the regular price.
Click the image to purchase at this special price.
The latest Nature Photography by Paul Rebmann Newsletter can be read here.
A lone cypress tree out away from shore and a single bird flying over Lake Disston.
Lake Disston is a shallow lake averaging eight to ten feet in depth and covering 1844 acres in Flagler County Florida.
This lake is drained by Little Haw Creek, which flows into Crescent Lake which then flows through Dunns Creek to the St. Johns River.
A popular fishing spot, it is also an Audubon Important Bird Area and is a state designated Outstanding Florida Water. Cypress trees ring the lake, especially on one side where there is a major bird rookery for wood storks, ibis, and egrets. The lake is an important osprey nesting habitat and is used by swallow-tailed kites when they are in Florida.
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Wild Florida Photo is a photographic collection of flora, fauna and other subjects found in Florida by Paul Rebmann.
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