Nostalgic night
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Looks like these two are a bit tired from our hike today. #medardpark #fl
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Thank you to all of our families for making our Art in the Park such an amazing day! #yellowbirdstudio #artinthepark #familytime #artfriendsjoy #medardpark
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Fan of ferns
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Tower
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⚫⚫⚫
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I miss walking and hanging out with trees.
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The hurricane really did damage to the bamboo
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Better day
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🌾🌳🌿
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Can I live in these roots?
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Bamboo 🎍
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Home
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Ferns 🌿
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🌳🌞🌳
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🍄
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Roots
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🐍🐍🐍
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🐌
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This lil light of mine 🌞
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Welcomed messages
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🍄 I bet this shroomie has been here a very long time 🍄
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👸
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Trees are so cool
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🎌
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🍄
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Bluest of skies 🌾⛅
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💚🌱🐍🐸💦
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🌾🌾🌾
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💛
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So much powerful energy here... this tree was split in 3 spots. Amazing. Kudos to my Mama for taking a million photos of me 😍
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🎣
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🌱
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Moss
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Holes
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If no one is playing disc golf, the course is an absolutely lovely walk that is pretty quiet and you see a lot of the park!
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🍄🍄🍄
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No makeup, pigtails and a hat in nature is my favorite! Working hard on my New Year's resolution to hike more. Part of my self-care is knowing that the outdoors raised my spirits, dusts the cobwebs off of my soul and renews my energy for the week. And making that a regular part of my life instead of a last ditch effort to restore myself. And I'm loving it! What resolutions are giving you life this year?
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Beautiful morning to be out on the water
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Getting out to nature with the boys #medardpark
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Exposed roots on the oak at #medardpark #plantcity
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When the tree walker instinct kicks in.🌳 #findtheelliemae #medardpark #chellieadventures #coonhoundsofinstagram
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gee willikers, nature sure is neato 🌲🍂 #nature #medardpark #itsnotoregonbutitlldo
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Medard Park part 2 #climbing #medardpark
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Soothing 🌾
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Crotalaria spectabilis (rattlepod, rattlebox, showy rattlebox) was introduced to the US from India for green manure. As a legume that supports nitrogen fixing bacteria, it is considered a "soil builder." However, it is also poisonous to cattle, swine, horses, and poultry. It has spread rapidly throughout the Southeastern United States where it is now considered an invasive species. In India, extracts of the whole C. spectabilis plant are used as traditional medicines to treat impetigo, scabies, intestinal worms, and as an antiseptic for wounds.
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Oh you're very pretty!
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More swampy goodness.
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A swamp I never get to see. Camping didn't happen and it really bummed me out but my mom and I are gonna hike today!
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Happy Holidays to our friends and family near and far! Thankful to be chasing mistletoes for a lifetime with my hubby 💓 #christmasphotos #photosbycorinnewimberly #mistletoe #medardpark #florida
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