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Uploaded 13-Feb-20
Taken 2-Jun-18
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Morris Reserve Pollinator - No. 1

When the Bellbrook Sugarcreek Park District acquired land from the Morris family, they introduced the yellow lance-leaf coreopsis to the former farm field, thereby creating this Miami Valley prairie scene. The park district recognized the need for plants which support pollinators, so they introduced this colorful plant which now spans about 100 acres of Sugarcreek Township adjacent to Bellbrook, Ohio.
Canon EOS 5D Mark IV, f/4.5 @ 100 mm, 1/250, ISO 100, No Flash

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A bee pollinating a bright yellow lance-leaf coreopsis.  In this macro image reveals the fine hairs on the bee’s head and details in its wings while its shiny abdomen reflects the sky above.