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It’s that time of year when the Touch-me-nots are blooming along the Red Cedar Trail. Since they grow in a tangled mass it is difficult to photograph them in isolation. Ideal conditions are after a heavy dew and with no wind blowing. The Pale touch-me-nots were the most common with a few Spotted touch-me-nots around.


Spotted touch-me-not

Spotted touch-me-not



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