Wildflowers in the Forest - Naugatuck State Forest - Oxford, Connecticut - USA

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Wildflowers in the Forest

Naugatuck State Forest
Oxford, Connecticut - USA

I might be a guy, but that doesn't mean I can't love flowers. They are cool, colorful and some of the most beautiful creations by Mother Nature. I took this picture of a budding flower in Spring of last year. I was hiking through Naugatuck State Forest when the pink blossoms caught my eye.

Two of the flowers were in bloom, while the rest were waiting for a later day. The symmetrical shape of the blossoms amazed me. I imagine this flower was a treat for the butterflies, bees and hummingbirds nearby.

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