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Wild flowers quietly do their spring duties

April 24, 2010
By Garry Brandenburg

It is amazing, refreshing and a sure sign of the spring season when woodland and prairie wildflowers do their thing. And their 'thing' is to grow, attract insects for pollination purposes thus ensuring that new flowers will be waiting to complete the cycle next year. The fact that wildflowers look pretty to us, smell pretty and are the endless source of subjects for photographers is entirely irrelevant to the flower. They carry on the work of life in the plant world year after year.

 
 
 

 

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