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Wild Flowers...

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For those unfamiliar with these little beauties, they're called, "Bog Laurel's" and are commonly found in or along the edges of bog's, marshes and ditches or anywhere there's a little extra moisture to take advantage of.

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Great shot, Stu! Down here we call that a swamp milkweed (deeper wine colored blossoms than the common milkweed), but I know flower common names vary a lot in different parts of North America.

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