Nature Shots
2003

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Yellow Cone Flower.
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After seven years, this tulip finally came up.
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I'm told this is a very rare member of the orchid family.
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Showy Lady Slipper the day before fully blossoming.
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Showy Lady Slipper, the day it blossomed fully.
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Geese already gathering in formation.
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While doing qigong on my deck, this bird landed in my hand.
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Oleander.
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Oleander plant. It is poisonous, but a folk remedy from Turkey helps to beat cancer.
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My favorite, a Purple Cone Flower.
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Blossom from my Red Kiri Squash. So tasty! You can even eat the skin.
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Black Eyed Susan.
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An interesting beetle.
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Evening Primrose.
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Evening Primrose.
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A wild milk weed.
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Blue Vervain.
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Motherwort.
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A wild flower from a pack of seeds we tossed out.
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I just love tomatoes in the summer.
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You won't believe this, but look closely and you'll see a trail made by squirrels.
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Mama Misha took great care of her pups.
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The puppies were fun to raise. Even kept one.
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Baltimore Oriole.
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A female moose.

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She's apprehensive because her young is right behind her.

 
Cumberland Falls in Kentucky.
 

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