A lone sunflower towers above this midwestern prairie, with purple coneflowers, Queen Annees lace, and other plants below. Periodic burning is the recipe for keeping indigenous species prospering, driving out the succession of woodland species. A super wi

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NextPreviousCaption: A lone sunflower towers above this midwestern prairie, with purple coneflowers, Queen Annees lace, and other plants below. Periodic burning is the recipe for keeping indigenous species prospering, driving out the succession of woodland species. A super wi Photo By:
David FitzSimmons
Lens:
10-20mm F4-5.6 EX DC (HSM)*
Shutter:
1/4 second
Aperture:
f16
ISO Setting:
100
Products:
10-20mm F4-5.6 EX DC (HSM)*
Description:

A lone sunflower towers above this midwestern prairie, with purple coneflowers, Queen Annees lace, and other plants below. Periodic burning is the recipe for keeping indigenous species prospering, driving out the succession of woodland species. A super wide angle of view allows the sunflower blossom, positioned about 18? from the front of the lens, to dominate while showing the delicate array of grasses and wildflowers surrounding the yellow bloom. Knox County, Ohio.