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Here it is... the towel that's taking the internet by storm. Our round beach towels are 60" in diameter and made from ultra-soft plush microfiber with a 100% cotton back. Perfect for a day at the beach, a picnic, an outdoor music festival, or just general home decor. This versatile summer essential is a must-have this season!
A close-up image of the tiny flowers of Carolina sealavender with one flower fully open, several closed buds and one bud just beginning to open. This... more
60" Diameter Not Including Tassles
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A close-up image of the tiny flowers of Carolina sealavender with one flower fully open, several closed buds and one bud just beginning to open. This wildflower was photographed in Tomoka State Park in Florida.
This image has been featured in the following groups:
100 Views Photography,
Fine Art Wildflower Photography,
The 200 Club - best photos with over 200 views up to 500
& Wild Flowers
Sea lavender is a frequent perennial wildflower of brackish marshes, mangrove swamps salt flats and coastal strands in most of the coastal counties of Florida. The range extends along the Gulf and Atlantic coasts from Mexico to Canada, plus Bermuda.
The slender stems have alternate, scale-like leaves grow to 61 cm (2 ft.) tall, including the branching inflorescences. Carolina sealavender has basal leaves that vary in shape. The flowers are less than 1cm (3/8 in.) long, having a five lobed and tubular-funnelform lavender corolla with a five-l...
His entire life Paul Rebmann has ventured outdoors to enjoy nature. Whether he is hiking in mountain forests, wading through Florida swamps, or on the water in a kayak or canoe, Paul strives to satisfy his biophilia. As a nature photographer and Florida Master Naturalist, he attempts to bring the beauty and wonder of nature to others, so that they may see what they might not happen to experience for themselves, and to impart the importance of preserving our natural areas, not only for our enjoyment and quality of life, but also for the survival of the flora and fauna that surrounds us. Images by Paul have been published in field guides, various periodicals, exhibited in juried art shows and also used in exhibits at Lyonia Environmental...