Fall Days

By: Jiila Gauthier

Date: September 19, 2012 11:00 am
Place: Fort Smith NWT Canada
Warm, Cloudy, Sunny
Camera: Hand held Fujifilm camera
Flower setting

This flower is in an ecosystem. It feeds from the ground and it feeds different bugs and insects.

This is a wild flower and I only saw one. There were lots of other beautiful flowers but this one spoke to me. It was a warm, cloudy and sunny day by the Slave River. I chose this photo because I loved how this beautiful purple flower really stuck out and I liked the background. I would like to have it off to the side more but I captured what I wanted. This contributes to science because this flower is in an ecosystem; it feeds from the ground and it feeds different bugs and insects. The flower is not blooming but not dying. It is just in the fall stage. There are also some leaves in the background that are turning color because of fall.

 

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