A Thousand Acres of Silphiums

Okay, I think I’ve settled on a title for this blog. Silphium are one of my favorite groups of plants native to the prairies of the United States and I pulled this phrase from my favorite book, “A Sand County Almanac” by Aldo Leopold. If any of you are wondering, that book contains a lot of the message I will be trying to bring forward in this blog.

P.S. Check this out: http://www.gatewaygalleryonline.com/matchickggo.html

It seems the moniker “Ozark Light” is pretty popular with nature photographers of the region. I’ve gone to see Greg’s photos at this gallery in the past and I’d highly recommend his work.

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