Range Tracking

Bokbrained

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You would think this is about birds but there was only this lone Northern Mockingbird making himself easy to see on a December Saturday visit to Bok Tower Gardens.
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The inviting entrance barely bespeaks the preponderant plant potpourri inside.
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Florida’s Spanish heritage comes out in the architecture. Enter the well-stocked gift shop and plant store through the doors at right.
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Heavenly victuals await the weary visitor to the Blue Palmetto Cafe.
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Don’t expect things to look exactly like this in the museum when visiting the recreation of Edward Bok’s desk from when he was the editor of The Ladies’ Home Journal.
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One can jump from stone to stone when crossing the courtyard.
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A Koi-filled moat surrounds the gold-doored Bok Tower.
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A workman clings to the Tower while laboring at a dizzying height.
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The entrance to the Holidays in different dimensions at the Pinewood Estate.
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This Estate window is not for looking out of.
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The poinsettia-topped bulbous planter reminds me of an alien egg about to pop, which is located in the backyard of Pinewood Estate.
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Red is the color of the season. Not so boring at this angle of the Estate though still in the backyard.
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Less color makes one wanting more color.
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Sometimes it is simply about the color.

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