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Only in Florida program postponed due to Hurricane Matthew, canvas sale extended

Welcome to the Paul Rebmann Nature Photography Newsletter - Hurricane Matthew edition

Local subscribers note that Paul Rebmann will NOT be presenting the narrated visual program on Florida endemic plants and animals titled Only in Florida at the Lyonia Environmental Center Saturday, Oct 8. This program has been postponed due to Hurricane Matthew. The free program will be rescheduled, probably for later this year or in January.

The two limited time sales below have been extended through 5pm Sunday, October 9.

Limited Time Sale!
You can purchase an 8" x 10" stretched canvas print of Bartram's Ixia for the promotional price of only $45. Sale ends at 5 pm Sun. Oct 9 - 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.

Limited Time Sale!
You can purchase an 8" x 10" stretched canvas print of Bartram's Airplant Flower for the promotional price of only $45. Sale ends at 5 pm Sun. Oct. 9 - 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.

Paul Rebmann Nature Photography will be available Sat. Oct 15 in Winter Park during the Backyard Biodiversity Day at Mead Botanical Garden. Then on Sunday, Oct 16, Paul Rebmann Nature Photography will be set up in Earl Brown Park in DeLand for the Water Festival.
For more information on these and other events please check out the Wild Florida Photo events page for all upcoming programs, festivals and exhibits featuring the Nature Photography of Paul Rebmann.

A solo exhibition of Paul Rebmann photographs titled Only in Florida is on display at the Lyonia Gallery in Deltona through Feb. 1, 2017. For more information and a preview of the exhibit see Only in Florida at Wild Florida Photo.
All of the images from the exhibit and more photographs of Florida endemics can be purchased online at the Paul Rebmann Nature Photography Only in Florida online sales gallery.
After the Lyonia Gallery, the exhibit will be traveling to Jonathan Dickinson State Park for the 2017 Florida Scrub Jay Festival.

Cultivating the Wild: William Bartram's Travels met their Kickstarter goal to raise money to finish the documentary. My personal thanks go out to any of my newsletter subscribers who may have contributed to that campaign.

Thank you, and I hope that you enjoy my photography.
Paul Rebmann
Wild Florida Photo
paul-rebmann.pixels.com
Twitter @WildFlPhoto

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