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Welcome to the Wild Florida Photo - Nature Photography by Paul Rebmann March 2015 Newsletter.
Purchase Winter Ibis Trees by Paul Rebmann Ocklawaha River

Florida's Ocklawaha River flows north 74 miles from Lake Harris in Lake County passing through Marion County and along the western border of the Ocala national Forest, ending in Putnam County and entering the St. Johns River just upstream of Welaka where this image 'Winter Ibis Trees' was made.
The sections of the Ocklawaha that are still natural are some of the most scenic waterways in Florida and make for excellent canoeing and kayaking.
Read more about the Ocklawaha and see photographs made along the river on Paul Rebmann's blog
This special offer is expired, Subscribe to this newsletter to receive timely notifications of future specials. For a limited time Ocklawaha Oxbow 2011 (either color or black and white, see images to the right) is available printed as a 36"x24" gallery-wrap canvas for the special price of only $125. This image simultaneously looks upstream and downstream from one of the landings that make good campsites for paddlers on the river.
Sale ends at 5pm on Monday March 30.
Click the appropriate link below to take advantage of this special offer that is less than half the regular price for these canvas prints.
Ocklawaha Oxbow 2011 (color) limited time sale
Ocklawaha Oxbow #2 (black & white) limited time sale
Purchase Ocklawaha Oxbow by Paul Rebmann Purchase Ocklawaha Oxbow #2 by Paul Rebmann

Nature Photography by Paul Rebmann will be available in the Wild Florida Photo tent Saturday March 28
during the Florida Wildflower Festival in downtown DeLand, Florida.

Paul Rebmann will present 'On This Day, A Year in Photos' Monday evening April 13 for the Florida Native Plant Society Pawpaw Chapter. This event is open to the public and Wild Florida Photo greeting cards will be available for purchase at that time. This presentation will recap a virtual year of images as described in last year's ...Years Ago Today blog post.

Nature Photography by Paul Rebmann will be available in the Wild Florida Photo tent at Ormond Beach Art in the Park the first weekend of May.
For details on any of these events, visit the Wild Florida Photo events page

All Nature Photography by Paul Rebmann images are now available on throw pillows.
For an example, see String Lily #1 Throw Pillow

Coming next month: Orchids

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

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