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WPC – Inspiration

This week’s WordPress Photo Challenge: “What is your inspiration? What moves you? What is it that never fails to motivate you, to get you going, or make you happy? This week, we want you to show us what inspiration means to … Continue reading

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Seeds

For plants, Autumn is about setting fruit and producing seeds; ensuring the perpetuation of the species is the purpose of life in Nature. Above is a seed pod from Turk’s Cap Lily (Lilium canadense), now dry and beginning to split open, awaiting the … Continue reading

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Turk’s Cap Lilies

Turk’s Cap Lilies (Lilium canadense) are now at peak bloom in our woodland. Easily distinguished by their vibrant orange, recurved petals that earn them their name, their annual bloom is an eagerly awaited event for us. Native to eastern U.S., … Continue reading

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