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|Welcome to the Wild Florida Photo - Nature Photography by Paul Rebmann April 2015 Newsletter.|
Florida is home to over a hundred orchid species, making up about half of the orchids found in North America. People for centuries have had a particular fascination with orchids, with explorers traveling the world collecting new species for orchid fanciers to cultivate in their gardens and greenhouses.
My appreciation of orchids is focused on finding and photographing the many native species that are found in Florida and elsewhere. This quest has taken me into various natural and often inhospitable habitats around the state, both on my own, and on field trips with knowledgeable orchid experts.
Read more about Florida orchids and see photographs of some of them at Paul Rebmann's blog
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For a limited time you can purchase a 8" x 10" stretched canvas print of either GRASSPINK #1 OR GRASSPINK #2 (or both) for the promotional price of only $45 each.
Sale ends at 5 pm Tuesday May 5 and only 10 prints of each are available in this special offer.|
Click the appropriate link or image below to take advantage of this special offer that is less than half the regular price for these canvas prints.
|You can see all 33 of the Florida orchids that I have photographed so far at the Wild Florida Photo Orchidaceae page.|
Nature Photography by Paul Rebmann will be available in the Wild Florida Photo tent this weekend, May 2 & 3, 2015
during Art in the Park in Rockefeller Gardens, Ormond Beach.
For details on this event, visit the Wild Florida Photo events page
All Nature Photography by Paul Rebmann
images are now available on throw pillows.
For an example, see Butterfly Orchid #1 Throw Pillow
Coming next month: Florida State Forests
Thank you, and I hope that you enjoy my photography.
Wild Florida Photo
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