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Life After A 4 Month Drought
Photo By Teresa Mathews

  • Title: Life After A 4 Month Drought
  • State/Province/Region: Arkansas
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: White Oak Mountain in the National Forest
  • Nearest Town: Hector
  • Brief Directions: 25 miles NE of Russellville, AR. 3 miles NE of Hector, AR. White Oak Mountain is located in the Ozark National Fores.
  • Notes: I love butterflies and its so rare to have one just feed and ignore you so you can focus the camera. I shoot everything on manual. So this beautiful friend let me focus and get close enough for this wonderful shot.
  • Best Season: Autumn
  • Description: Out looking for Monarchs to tag instead I found this beauty hanging on to one of the few Blazing Stars plants that managed to survive the drought we had all summer all.
  • Gear: 30 SD Canon with a Canon 70mm-300 zoom lens
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Keywords:  BloomsNatureScenic RoutesWildlife
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