Wild Florida Photo
Nature Photography by Paul Rebmann
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Fifteen years ago, just before Wild Florida Photo was converted from static HTML pages to a dynamic database driven website, I saved all of the files that made up the site. You can now see that original June 2003 design, with the addition only of an update on the Ocklawaha River and links to the current page for each of the subjects that were on the old site.
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Note that ALL of the photography on the June 2003 flashback website was made on film. I did not start shooting digital until 2004.
Wild Florida Photo Flashback to June 2003
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This rare endangered cactus is only found in tropical rockland hammocks in the Florida Keys. Historically also found on coastal berms and in Miami-Dade County.
This is an erect pricklypear with a cylindrical trunk up to eight feet tall and and overall cactus height of 3 to 15 feet. Older branches are green pads held perpendicular to the ground, two to four times as long as wide and curving upward. Young branches are cylindrical, forming at the ends of the older branches with the flowers and fruit appearing at their tips. The spines are up to four inches long in clusters of two to four typically with one spine much longer than the others. The flowers are orange to red, up to one inch across and have numerous stamens. The fruit is yellow, fleshy and flattened up to 3-1/4 inches long with spines.
Wild Florida Photo is a photographic collection of flora, fauna and other subjects found in Florida by Paul Rebmann.
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Although great care is taken to correctly identify the various species, errors may occur.
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