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After a two month break, the newsletter resumes with a blog post about nature photography at scenic Lake Disston Florida and upcoming presentations and festivals.
Earlier this year I had an opportunity to visit Lake Disston in Flagler County, a spot that had been on my 'to do' list for too long.
This small lake is a state designated Florida Outstanding Water and an Audubon Important Bird Area, providing nice opportunities for nature photography.
Part of the reason for the state designation are the osprey nests.
Other birds also nest on Lake Disston, read more in this month's blog post.
Paul Rebmann will present the program Discovering Nature: Past and Present at the Halifax Historical Museum on two dates in October. This will be a live narrated visual presentation of nature photography centering on the images in the current museum exhibit. The program will delve into why the images were chosen for the exhibit, with information and more photographs about the subjects. The history part of the program will tell about some of the botanists and naturalists who visited the Halifax area over the past 300 years and the plants that were discovered and named after these early botanical explorers. Some Florida endemic plants and animals will be presented. These are species that are naturally found only in Florida, including one plant that only occurs in Volusia County. Other plants and animals plus area scenic photographs will also be shown.
Thursday, October 22, 2015 - A Meet and Greet Wine & Cheese Reception follows the program. Doors open at 5:30 pm, program at 6pm. $8-Halifax Historical Museum members, $10-non-members Children 15 & under $5 Reservations required a seating is limited to 70 - call 386-255-6976
This program will be repeated on Saturday, October 31, 2015 during Saturday morning History at Halifax. Doors open at 10 am for coffee and danish, program at 10:30 am. $5-Halifax Historical Museum members, $6-non-members
Wild Florida Photo will once again be at Backyard Biodiversity Day in Winter Park with nature photography by Paul Rebmann. Canvas and matted prints and greeting cards will be available for purchase at this event. This year's event will be Saturday, October 24 from 9am to 3pm at the same location as last year, Mead Botanical Garden.
In November, Wild Florida Photo will be at both the Halifax Art Festival in Daytona Beach on the 7th & 8th, and at the St. Augustine Art and Craft Festival the Saturday & Sunday following Thanksgiving.
For more information and the latest schedule please check out the Wild Florida Photo events page for all upcoming programs, festivals and exhibits featuring the Nature Photography of Paul Rebmann.
"Our Natural World Around Us" opened on July 14th and will be on display at the Halifax Historical Museum, 252 S. Beach St, in downtown Daytona Beach through November 14. An online version of the exhibit can be found at the Wild Florida Photo Halifax Historical Museum exhibit section. During this exhibit run, I will be featuring one or two images from the exhibit at a time in limited time sales of 11 inch by 14 inch stretched gallery wrap canvas prints for only $50. To see which image is on sale, visit the Wild Florida Photo home page or the "Our Natural World Around Us" page, and/or follow on Twitter @WildFlPhoto.
Thank you, and I hope that you enjoy my photography.
Wild Florida Photo
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