In late summer the goldenrod blooms. Some flat-topped, some droopy spikes, all filled with the color of the sun. And above, fritillaries flutter, land, unroll their long tongues and slurp sweet nectar with the abandon of a kid sucking up the last of the season's milkshakes.
This week look at the colors of the flowers - and the butterflies - in the landscape surrounding you.
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