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Old 04-28-2013, 10:10 AM   #21
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Taken on a Lake Huron beach in the U.P. of Michigan, in the Les Cheneaux Islands area.
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What in the heck is that kchd?
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What in the heck is that kchd?
Yeah, what she said.

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Yeah, what she said.

LOL! You aren't the first to ask that! I took this pic in April 2006...
For lack of a better scientific description, its some rushes (juncus, maybe?) growing up *through* some driftwood.

Weird, eh? I thought it was pretty
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Mr I love...That is soooo pretty!
And Kchd...What a catch.
It's truly one of those finds "us nature lovers" notice and the others usually MISS!
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Old 04-29-2013, 04:46 PM   #26
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Our first really warm weekend this spring and this tri-colored bumble bee was visiting some crocus.

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For lack of a better scientific description, its some rushes (juncus, maybe?) growing up *through* some driftwood.

Weird, eh? I thought it was pretty
Ah...that explains it. I half-expected it was something more rare or exotic.

Nice.
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Great color combinations...and repetition of colors.
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This is going to be a tough one for sage to judge this month, some excellent photos & happy songs.

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NeWisc Lucky YOU! I have yet to see the first, and such a beauty at that!
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