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One of the earliest blooms in my part of the country is the Pasqueflower (or Prairie Crocus). When I see these, my first thought is that spring has truly arrived. My second thought is often that I should grab my camera, get up close to one of these lovely meadow flowers, and try to create an interesting composition using the delicate shape, structure and color.
Close Encounter of the Floral Kind, David Thompson Country
Alberta Canada


One of the earliest blooms in my part of the country is the Pasqueflower (or Prairie Crocus). When I see these, my first thought is that spring has truly arrived. My second thought is often that I should grab my camera, get up close to one of these lovely meadow flowers, and try to create an interesting composition using the delicate shape, structure and color.
© 2011 Royce Howland [contact]

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