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Florida State Forests: great places to find photographic subjects and more...

Welcome to the Wild Florida Photo - Nature Photography by Paul Rebmann May 2015 Newsletter

In my years of photographing wildflowers I have found that Florida State Forests provide some of the best locations to locate interesting subjects. The 37 state forests in Florida comprise over a million acres of land. The natural habitats in forests throughout the state allow native, and sometimes rare, wildflowers to thrive.

Purchase Florida Cacalia Trio by Paul Rebmann Florida Indian Plantain in Tiger Bay State Forest

Read more and see more of the wildflowers and other subjects photographed in Florida State Forests in the latest blog post.

Purchase Rugel Rugel's False Pawpaw in Tiger Bay State Forest

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This special offer is expired, Subscribe to this newsletter to receive timely notifications of future specials. You can purchase an 8" x 10" stretched canvas print of Fetterbush Flowers (see below) for the promotional price of only $45 each. Sale ends at 5 pm Sunday May 31 and only 10 prints are available in this special offer that is less than half the regular price.

See all purchase options for Fetterbush Flowers here

Regular readers may remember my post earlier this year on hiking a section of the Appalachian Trail last December. Daniel and I returned for another section hike at the beginning of March and he posted a 13 minute video overview of this second wintery hike on youtube: A. T. Neal's Gap to Dicks Creek Gap.

Next month: Spiders

Thank you, and I hope that you enjoy my photography.
Paul Rebmann
Wild Florida Photo
Twitter @WildFlPhoto

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