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Emerald Paradise
YES THIS IS THE TRUE NATURAL COLORS OF THE RIVER!! WOW! IT BLEW MY MIND, SO PURE!

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Rainbow Springs, Florida

Florida’s third largest spring, Rainbow Springs pump 600 million gallons of water daily and serves as the head water to the pristine Rainbow River. The property was acquired by the State Park Service in 1990 and is slowly being allowed to revert to its natural state.

Beautiful floral gardens surround the spring, and the area is immensely popular in the spring when the azaleas are in bloom. The state also acquired Rainbow Springs State Campground, located nearby, which was formerly privately owned. From the campground, you can tube or canoe the crystalline waters of Rainbow River, or fish for large mouth bass and other freshwater species.
A nature trail provides a lovely walk past two waterfalls and the azalea gardens, and meanders along the Rainbow River.

I LOVE THE HEART ON THE TREE:))

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Thanks to all the groups host for these features, and
to all of you my friends, and RB community for your comments, support, and faves! So much appreciated!!
Carolyn



Proust once said, The real voyage of discovery

Consist not of seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.

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  • Curtiss Simpson
    Curtiss Simpsonalmost 6 years ago

    Beautiful, love that tree its got lots of character !

  • MooseMan
    MooseManalmost 6 years ago

    Maybe something like “Nature’s lace and emeralds” for a title? I love the colors, and having that ancient old-man tree to feature in the middle of all that color, makes an incredible scene. Can you send me some of that water for my photos?? :)

  • hilarydougill
    hilarydougillalmost 6 years ago

    this is divine, it is so surreal, beautiful capture, imagery and colours, wondrous place. hugsxxx

  • Romo
    Romoalmost 6 years ago

    this is a glorious image…wow…love it:)

  • sweetdesign
    sweetdesignalmost 6 years ago

    beautiful colors. Love this one.

  • sweetdesign
    sweetdesignalmost 6 years ago

    Same to you girl!! I have had one of those rocky weekends! But I did have a sell on Ebay of one of my ceramic pieces!!!!

  • louisegreen
    louisegreenalmost 6 years ago

    How absolutely gorgeous, love the colour of the water. Great shot.

  • Mark Ramstead
    Mark Ramsteadalmost 6 years ago

    It is what you say it is… : )

  • Lois  Bryan
    Lois Bryanalmost 6 years ago

    Oh my goodness .. Carolyn .. this is paradise indeed!!!!! Is that Spanish moss hanging??? OOO how that stuff used to fascinate me when I was a kid!!!!!!!

  • handprintz
    handprintzalmost 6 years ago

    This is just beautiful Carolyn,wonderful colours and love that tree !!

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