Closing Thought – May/Jun 17

 

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I don’t think of all the misery but
of the beauty that still remains.”

Anne Frank


Des Moines garden expert and photographer Mark Kane shot this hardy petunia in his garden,”lying on the ground with the lens of the camera an inch or so from the flower,” he says. “I like to think it looks like a Persian slipper, purple and slightly iridescent.”

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