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A Year Ago This Month : Visit to Bok Tower Gardens in Florida

Photo by Rob Paine/Copyright 2014

Photo by Rob Paine/Copyright 2014

This photo of a Camellia Sasanqua was taken at Bok Tower Gardens in Florida, a simply amazing place to see flowers. Please see more photos below. 

Photo by Rob Paine/Copyright 2014

Photo by Rob Paine/Copyright 2014

The weather on the morning of my visit was mostly cloudy so I used a muted flash to add some soft light to these beautiful flowers.

Photo by Rob Paine/Copyright 2014

Photo by Rob Paine/Copyright 2014

Thanks so much for dropping by today, Rob

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I am a professional photographer trying to bring more beauty to the world one photo at a time through this blog and my studio Web site www.deepcreekimages.com

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  1. We tried to visit Bok Tower last month, but inadvertently turned up on Bok-toberfest…. Didn’t feel like lining up for miles to get in, so we’ll have to save it for another trip to Florida!

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    1. sorry to hear about that! I visited Bok Gardens in early november of last year. IT was pretty quiet during the week and everything looked great. The only down side was (as is the case with almost every major garden in the u.s) they were setting up for the winter lights show some of the park was closed. That being said, I visited Ginter Gardens in Richmond last week and they set up the light in such a way that it does not create that much of a distraction. We are truly blessed to have so many great botanical gardens on the East Coast!

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