This is pretty cool. Last year I was contacted by the Florida Department of Forestry about a project they were doing in the Ocala National Forest. It seemed they were making some new trails and wanted to add some informative signs and markers along the way to help and inform hikers and visitors as to what they were seeing. Someone in their department had seen my native orchid images and wanted to know about getting an extended license to use them for public display. Nothing like the government paying for your hard work, right?
I think the designer did a very nice job, and these are now finished and on display along the Lake Eaton Sinkhole Trail in the Ocala National Forest in Central Florida. I’d love if anyone in the area could send me a photo of them…….
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