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2minou

I agree, Benjamin. I read them all, as well. This has been a very stimulating and enlightening discussion. Great stuff, your article. Thank you for giving us this opportunity to speak to it, and more.

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I love to travel to big cities but can only take big breaths in and then oooooooout on the plains. We live in the country in the northern part of the US and try and keep as much land in native prairie as possible. I've been trying to photograph every plant for 15 years. I still get surprised with new plants and grasses.

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2minou

Good for you! Lovely to read.

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