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Florida Discoveries 20: The Corner of Reef and Citrus

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Friday, October 14, 2011

Florida Discoveries 20: The Corner of Reef and Citrus

I took these pictures while on a run on Wednesday morning.  I need to learn more about some of these flowers, but these are around a stop sign on a nearby street corner.

I took these with my iPhone camera, and several of the pictures were zoomed in and didn't turn out so well.

Enjoy!

Morning glories climbing up the stop sign...the first ones I'd seen all season.  I'm sure they're around, I hadn't paid attention, though.



Not sure what these are, if anyone has any ideas, please feel free to comment.

A gulf fritillary butterfly.  They're everywhere around here right now...so pretty.






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1 Comments:

At Tuesday, October 18, 2011 at 10:16:00 AM CDT , Blogger Steph aka Carpe_Comma said...

I believe the red berries are on a pyracantha (firethorn) bush. It's usually a climbing evergreen.

 

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