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i wish i had more gumption.. i've been in a bit of a brain fog these days.. i'll sort it out and hopefully be back to having more inspiration.. no matter what,…

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[117/365] Day 117 of my 365 Photo Challenge. After an eventful journey to the Ötztal valley, I found the time and muse to take a photo for my photo challenge.…

[115/365] Day 115 of my 365 Photo Challenge. Today's photo shows a Dipsacus. The cardoon (Dipsacus) is a plant genus in the subfamily of the cardoon family…

[109/365] Day 109 of my 365 Photo Challenge. Currently, I am on a photo tour in the northern part of the Franconian Forest. Unfortunately, there are still some…

[108/365] Day 108 of my 365 Photo Challenge. Today I accidentally saw this Formosan lady's slipper in front of my lens. Totally hidden, in the back garden area…

[106/365] Day 106 of my 365 Photo Challenge. The sun shone mercilessly today. I was quite happy when I discovered this Bornholm daisy in a shady place. This…

[103/365] Day 103 of my 365 Photo Challenge. I just love to photograph flowers. They are a wonder of nature. So diverse, no two are alike, and one is more…

[102/365] Day 102 of my 365 Photo Challenge. The motif of today is from the area of fauna and flora. It is the musk mallow, which was discovered in the shore…

[098/365] Day 98 of my 365 Photo Challenge. Although the summer is not over yet, you can see from the poppies that time is progressing. The grain fields are…
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