Taking photographs each day allows me to see differently, to sometimes see more intently. As I stopped at a red light a few days ago, I recognized the beauty in these simple flowers (brown daisies?) as they whipped around in strong wind.
Taken January 1, 2009: f/5.6 -- 105mm -- 800 ISO
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Billie Hara is an Assistant Professor of English at Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi, TX.