Today Dorian and I drove to Gainesville to see an exhibit at the Florida Museum of Natural History titled: For Everglades - photos by Clyde Butcher and Jeff Ripple. Extraordinary. I've been to Butcher's Big Cypress gallery and have to say that viewing the large prints in the museum/gallery setting enhanced the viewing experience by providing the space required to view prints of this size. These images are simply unbelievable. Adjacent to this museum is the Harn Museum of Art, where we viewed the exhibition: Landscape Perspectives: Highlights from the Photography Collection. These museums are associated with the University of Florida and offer a superb resource to anyone who can get there. Admission is free. Whenever you can, check out local museums and galleries to seek out inspiration and view works of exceptional quality. It's all there, you just have to find it.