Garden Reflections 2009: An afternoon at Marie Selby Botanical Gardens
An afternoon at Marie Selby Botanical Gardens
by Jake Jacobson
Book one, Garden Reflections 2009 is a collection of images of a "March afternoon spent at the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens" in Sarasota, Florida.
Selby is a not-for-profit institution fostering understanding and appreciation of tropical plants, especially epiphytes (plants that
grow on other plants), through programs of research, conservation, education and display. Selby Gardens is perhaps best known for its living collection of more than 6,000 orchids.
The 9.5-acre bayfront open-air and under-glass museum houses more than 20,000 colorful plants, for which Selby Gardens is internationally recognized.
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Jake Jacobson is a professional artist and full-time professor instructing all levels of design, art, and history. His photography portfolio focuses on “REFLECTIONS”, two ongoing efforts. First, BOUNDARY WATERS REFLECTIONS is an ongoing project of creating a series of images building on over 50 years of indulging in the beauty and serenity of the BWCA, Minnesota and Quetico Park, Canada. The second is, GARDEN REFLECTIONS, a yearly challenge of capturing and sharing a series of images created from his Minnesota garden. http://www.flickr.com/photos/jacobsonjake51/
Garden Reflections: Collection 2011 Published January 19, 2013
Garden Reflections: Collection 2010 Published April 01, 2011
Garden Reflections: Collection 2009 Published November 26, 2010
Garden Reflections 2010: Marie Selby Botanical Gardens Published October 11, 2010