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Winter weather has finally arrived, but up until New Year's Day it was unseasonably warm in Florida, and in much of the eastern United States for much of December. Plants that normally flower in summer were seen blooming in winter while kayaking & birding. Is this an effect of El Niño? Is a La Niña event on the horizon, and what will that mean for 2016 weather? Read more on the Paul Rebmann Nature Photography blog - Weather Relativity
Limited Time Sales!
Cool weather brings manatees into the springs, like this one that was photographed in the spring run at Blue Springs State Park.
You can purchase an 11" x 14" stretched canvas print of Manatee for the promotional price of only $50. Sale ends at 5 pm Sun. Jan 31 - only 10 prints are available in this special offer that is less than half the regular price.
Click the image to purchase at this special price.
In 2016 Paul Rebmann will be presenting Only in Florida, a visual program on Florida endemic plants and animals. An endemic is a species that is naturally found only in a particular geographic area, in this case Florida. This program will show images of these interesting and unique inhabitants of the Sunshine state, with information about each. Here is the current schedule for Only in Florida:
|Date||Time||Event/Place||City (all FL)|
|Thur. Feb. 25||7pm||Casements Camera Club meeting||Bailey Riverbridge Gardens, Ormond Beach|
|Sat. Apr 2||1pm||Florida Wildflower Festival||Athens Theater, Deland|
|Sat. May 21||2pm||Florida Native Plant Society(FNPS) State Conference||Daytona Beach|
Next issue: Only in Florida - the exhibit!
Thank you, and I hope that you enjoy my photography.
Wild Florida Photo
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