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Things To Do Gainesville: La Florida: 500 years in the Place of Flowers

June 18, 2014 · No Comments

la floridaDiscover Florida’s natural beauty at the Florida Museum of Natural History’s new photographic exhibit “La Florida: 500 years in the Place of Flowers” on display through Aug. 3. In 1513, when Juan Ponce de Leon reached the state and named it “La Florida,” it was ablaze with a rainbow of spring blossoms. This exhibit showcases stunning photography to commemorate 500 years of Florida’s unique wildflowers, which continue to play an important part in the state’s natural history and culture. The exhibit features 15 large-format photographs by Gainesville nature photographer John Moran, who roamed the state to capture the beauty and mystique of Florida’s original Garden of Eden.

Exhibit Highlights

  • Catch a fascinating look at Florida wildflowers through the eyes of photographer John Moran.
  • See the amazing diversity of Florida’s native flowers.
  • Learn how native wildflowers contribute to Florida’s identity.

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Discover Florida’s natural beauty at the Florida Museum of Natural History’s new photographic exhibit “La Florida: 500 years in the Place of Flowers” on display through Aug. 3. In 1513, when Juan Ponce de Leon reached the state and named it “La Florida,” it was ablaze with a rainbow of spring blossoms. This exhibit showcases stunning photography to commemorate 500 years of Florida’s unique wildflowers, which continue to play an important part in the state’s natural history and culture. The exhibit features 15 large-format photographs by Gainesville nature photographer John Moran, who roamed the state to capture the beauty and mystique of Florida’s original Garden of Eden.

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