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 Cleveland parks in Autumn
Pretty predator makes a catch
Sunset Over Blacksburg, VA
Aligator fight in the Everglades
Proud
by the river
Dewdrop
Snake completes the picture.
Streetlamp
seven souls
Ashy Gray on Sunlit Rose
Bright
Pink Lady Slipper
Bull frog
Zebra longwing caterpillar
Survey
Fall Sunset
Four Eyed Fish
Alligator Observing
A fantasy succulent shrub of leaves
Pondering Life
Sunset on a beach in Ireland
A Sesame Crocodile in the Odysea Aquarium
17th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Bright

Unlike the rest of the country, Arizona turns yellow in the spring, not the fall. From the trees to the wildflowers, the streets are decked out in yellow. These flowers bloom first and die before the more colorful summer flowers bloom.

TAGS: Arizona, Nature, Spring, Yellow

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Phoenix, Arizona, United States of America
Member since 2019
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© Madeleine Roth.
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Image Source: mobile
Date Taken: 11.2018
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 7, 2019, 4:45 p.m.
Camera Make: samsung
Camera Model: SM-G950U
Focal Length: 4.3mm
Shutter Speed: 1/3720
Aperture: f1.7
ISO: ISO50
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PHOTO LOCATION Phoenix, Arizona, United States of America