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Harebell | by John Cothron
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Harebells blooming in the Grand Teton National Park. Harebells are a member of the Bellflower Family (Campanulaceae).


I think I have gravitated toward pure landscape photography over time, but I still find it hard to walk past a pretty wildflower. Especially one I haven't photographed before. :)


I saw quite a few of these in the Tetons, and was a little surprised their blooming season stretched so far into the fall.


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Taken on September 15, 2011