A red/orange butterfly on a flower. A Gulf Fritillary smiles for the camera while enjoying the nectar provided by the native Spanish Needle flower.
Close-up shot of blooming azaleas. During the 1930?s, over 100,000 thousands Azaleas were planted at the park throughout the development of Ravine Gardens.
Picture of the formal gardens constructed by the WPA and CCC including the restored fountain, surrounded by a green hedge, brick walkway and historic lime rock columns. The wooden gazebo and native trees set the background.
Picture of three people sitting on a bench enjoying the lush green gardens of the terraces. Emerald green grass is like a carpet covering the garden grounds. A hint of purple azaleas in bloom can been seen scattered throughout the garden. Spanish Moss is
Picture of two ladies standing on the wooden walk over bridge enjoying a spectacular view of the pond. Some of the trees are bare of foliage while the others in the distance are full of green leaves. The pond has duck weed and other aquatic vegetation.
Picture of four lonely purple azaleas amongst green foliage and brown dried up leaves.
Picture of a wooden suspension bridge view as if walking across to the other side. Cables hold steady to the bridge while Live Oak branches covered in Spanish Moss, green mosses, and air plants hang over as if to shelter it. A hint of the bridge column ca
Picture of a purple camellia with a yellow center and green leaves.
Picture of a purple water lily with yellow at the beginning of its petals sitting in the water. Wispy clouds reflect off the water. A few brown leaves float around the lily. Sprigs of green leaves and a bit of green duck weed just peek from the water.
Picture of side of reflection pond and green hedges. Side view of the garden path leading through the formal gardens.