Some amazingly talented Florida painters in this group, so come on by and take a look at the work created that day! Work is for sale and a portion goes to protecting this natural habitat!
I could barely finish one, but some artists were more productive :) Lots of really nice artwork.
This guy actually stood and posed for 3 of us for what seemed like the whole morning till noon!
He was actually a bit raggedy I am assuming from being snapped at by gators since the whole time I was there, I watched as 2 gators slowly inched their way toward him till he finally took off.
no doubt to be reenacted the following morning(s)........
The Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge is a 147,392-acre (596.47 km2) wildlife sanctuary that includes the most northern remnant of the historic Everglades wetland ecosystem.