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The Scarlet Star
Photo By Jeff Williams

  • Title: The Scarlet Star
  • State/Province/Region: Ohio
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Wayne National Forest
  • Nearest Town: Waterloo, OH
  • Brief Directions: From Ohio Rt 52 take the Rt 141 exit to Waterloo Ohio.
  • Best Season: Spring
  • Description: The scarlet star is a flower that dots hilly and wooded terrain. I love the rich red color of this flower which is one of several color variation of this bloom.
  • Gear: Sony A350 with 18x70 macro lens
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Keywords:  BloomsGrassGreenForestsNatureRedSeasons
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