Day Seventy-Two: Field Work

wild flowers in the ozarks

This is a white Trillium taken in the Buffalo River National Park. Wildflowers was one of my teaching topics on the go. I’m embarrassed to say that I did not research this topic very well. Mostly, I just learned about the flowers from my professor.

I hope to learn more and be more prepared for the next trip. One of my favorites, for its name, was the Dutchman’s Britches. Yup, kinda looked like a clothes line of pantaloons.

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