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Jeff Robinson level-deluxe 6/14/2015 12:49:54 PM

Outstanding light, color tones and capture! #1620994

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Kansas wheat and some companion wildflowers known as Plains Coreopsis.
These wildflowers are a part of the Asteraceae - Sunflower Family.
They usually bloom in June, July, August, and September.
Native Americans made a hot beverage from plains coreopsis,
and early settlers placed plants in their mattresses
because they believed they repelled fleas and bedbugs.
(Image taken in 2010)

Exif: F Number: 4.8, Exposure Bias Value: -0.70, ExposureTime: 10/6400 seconds, Flash: did not fire, compulsory flash mode, ISO: 160, White balance: Manual white balance, FocalLength: 58.70 mm, Model: DSC-R1

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