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Monday, July 27, 2009

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Lisa at Greeenbow

Fablous photo of the turbines. The second photo is simply amazing. What a tenacious little plant.

LINDA from EACH LITTLE WORLD

Isn't that plant amazing! Mark's mom had to move into Madison last summer and leave her little house overlooking the Mississippi. The two of them drove over to the river to see the realtor, cut the grass, bring back a few boxes — and take pictures.

wayne stratz

great photos ... those wind farms are mind boggling

Gail

Fantastic shot of the turbines!...I have a similar shot of Ruellia humilis growing in a crack in the asphalt street. Plants are amazing! gail

LINDA from EACH LITTLE WORLD

Have to agree with you all; those turbines are amazing to see rising up out of the prairie. And plants certainly manage to grow where we'd never think to plant them!

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