Wild Florida Photo
Nature Photography by Paul Rebmann
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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.
Paul Rebmann's Fine Art Photography Blog for stories behind the images and more.
The latest blog post is about whooping cranes and Operation Migration.
For a limited time Whooping Cranes and Operation Migration Ultralight is available printed as an 11"x14" gallery-wrap canvas for the special price of only $55. During this promotion 5% of the sales will be donated to Operation Migration. This sale ends at 5pm on Tuesday Dec. 16. Click here to take advantage of this special sale.
Paul Rebmann has discounted all of his nature photography available online at paul-rebmann.artistwebsites.com through the remainder of 2014. These discounts will vary depending upon the product ordered, but range from about 10% on greeting cards to around 33% on large prints. To receive the discount, enter the code YCLEKF at checkout. Ordering deadlines for receiving by Christmas in the US, UK & Europe are Tuesday, Dec. 16 for UPS & Fedex ground and Friday Dec. 19 for Overnight.
These palm trees were photographed while kayaking along Blackwater Creek in Central Florida.
Blackwater Creek flows from Lake Norris through Seminole State Forest to the Wekiva River, joining the Wekiva not far from where that waterway meets the St. Johns River.
The upstream end can be paddled in kayak or canoe from the Lake Norris Conservation Area into Lake Norris, but usually requires negotiating over fallen trees. The lower portions of Blackwater Creek can be paddled by entering it from the Wekiva River.
Read my blog post on kayak photography which includes a mention of the other kayaker I meet on the creek the day I photographed Blackwater Creek Palms and a link to his blog.
These palm trees are cabbage palms.
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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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