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Can you guess what this is a photo of? While the photo does look like leaping chicken ballerinas (according to my wife), that isn’t the correct answer. Unfortunately, I have never had the opportunity to photograph leaping chicken ballerinas, though … Continue reading
Not many plants wait for the sun to go down before they open their flowers… Like other evening primroses, Missouri evening primrose blooms overnight rather than during the day. The plants can produce multiple flowers, which open at about sunset, but each individual … Continue reading