Sunday, March 03, 2013


After our kayak trip we took the bus (about an hour) to Jacksonville, Florida. From here we could resume travelling by train.

We had bought tickets for Nature and Music - the Jacksonville Symphony playing while showing images from the North American Nature Photography Association (NANPA) and we really enjoyed it. There were some great photographs and the music was a nice accompaniment.

Other than that, we didn't have a lot planned for Jacksonville. The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens caught our eye and it was a nice walk along the river to get to it. We normally don't get too excited about museums but the gardens were beautiful and the featured exhibit was Feast of Flowers by Jim Draper which was wonderful.

We also went through the trade show for the NANPA Summit and caught an interesting presentation on the restoration of the San Francisco wetlands.

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See also: all the posts from this trip and all the photos from this trip

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