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Two beautiful photographs of Baughman Meditation Center in Gainesville, Florida---an amazingly lovely building on the shores of Lake Alice, right in the middle of the University of Florida campus. Here at Floridiana Gloriana.
Few tourists ever see it, which seems a pity in one sense, though of course in another it's probably a very good thing for those of us who live her. But if you've never been, you'll definitely enjoy these photographs.
First, some fascinating photographs from Gainesville that well convey the eclecticism and vibrancy of this university town. Second, two shots from rural Florida: a beautiful country church (a very typical North Florida scene that is a far cry from most people's vision of Florida) and a glamorous, ineffable sunset over the tin roofs of a North Florida farm. You can see them all right here..
Depending on where you look, it's different all the time. Here are some night scenes from Orlando and Miami---though not the ones you'd expect----an abandoned house of transcendent glamour and a lovely characteristic Florida home reflecting the afternoon light. See Miami glittering like a toy village, Orlando turned to gold, a bridge dissolving into mist. All here.
FLORIDIANA GLORIANA.Here are the memories of North Florida I've recorded and kept and finally posted at my site. Already so much of it has changed or gone, but---though I didn't know it at the time--- it was my initiation into Floridiana Gloriana....
FLORIDIANA GLORIANA. Surreal Florida landscapes----transformations of scenes familiar to me in my own daily life---- by featured photographer Lucian Badea; one more beautiful, painterly photograph in blue and white by featured photographer Miz Shoes. See them here.