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I thought I would start the new year with a look back at some of my favorite photographs from 2019.
Last year was full of adventures that provided me with multiple photographic opportunities.
New Year's day started with a photograph I made of a strikingly beautiful oceanblue morning-glory in the campground at Collier-Seminole State Park.
Regular readers of this newsletter have already seen some of the photos from the February Cuba trip. A photo I have not shared previously was the mushroom-shaped speleothems (cave formations) that we saw in Cueva de Santa Catalina. These formations are unique to caves in this part of Cuba and are the result of a complex process that included a period when the sea level partially flooded the cave during a warmer inter-glacial. Currently the formations are about 52 feet above sea level. This is one of the typical 'cave mushrooms' that we saw.
An adventurous backpacking trip in April on the Cumberland Trail in Tennessee included the chance to photograph a lovely pink lady's slipper orchid.
Pink Lady's Slipper
In October a walk along the beach at Lido Key near Sarasota provided some bird photography including this reddish egret that had just caught a small fish.
Reddish Egret with Fish
A three and a half day kayak trip on the Suwannee River in north Florida presented this persistent cypress tree on the riverbank. A good-sized short hollowed out trunk had sprouted new growth that was golden in the fall colors and illuminated by the afternoon sun.
See even more of my favorite photos of 2019 at the Paul Rebmann Nature Photography Best of 2019 blog post.
Scheduled events for Paul Rebmann Nature Photography
March 16, Holly Hill - Halifax River Audubon - Wildflowers of Volusia County
March 28, DeLand - Florida Wildflower and Garden Festival - Wildflowers of Volusia County
May 14, Jacksonville - Florida Native Plant Society Conference - Native Plant Photography Workshop
For details on these and other events, visit the Wild Florida Photo events page.
Beach season will be here before you know it and this St. Marks Lighthouse weekender tote bag is perfect for lugging your sunscreen, book, beverage and towel down to the sand.
St. Marks Lighthouse weekender tote bag
Or check out the many other photographs available on weekender tote bags.
Thank you, and I hope that you enjoy my photography.
Wild Florida Photo
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