When I parked for a hike at the marsh preserve, I discovered that I hadn't actually put my camera in my backpack as I'd intended. So I decided to see what I could do with my phone camera, which mostly meant landscapes and plants.

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Another shot of from the same hike, closer to the parts of the marsh with water. The purple/white flowers are wild radish.

This one works better when viewed at a larger size. I think I like the yellow fiddlenecks shot better because it works at a smaller size too.

Some parts of the marsh are colorful this time of year. Grass has grown, wildflowers are starting to peek out. Others...not so much. But at least the wooded parts look less bleak than the open ponds.

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@kelsonv
bad sites are quite nice
let’s you see how beauty grows
lessons of nature

#haiku_reply

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