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These photographs are from a trip into several nature preserves in the Shooting Star Cliffs regions in south-central Indiana, named after a rare plant shown in one of the pictures below. The places we visited were Buzzard Roost, Carnes Mill, Hemlock Cliffs, and Saalman Hollow. This rugged area has spectacular geography and vegetation. It was also most memorable because we saw two different orchids in bloom, and one more plant which may have been an orchid in spike.
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