Wet, Grasses, As Found Plants
Grasslands such as savannah and prairie where grasses are dominant are estimated to constitute 40.5% of the land area of the Earth, excluding Greenland and Antarctica. [from wikipedia]. Here we explore grasses either growing in water or wet from water.
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Grass In Flooded Basin
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(Date Photographed: 08:36:40 Wednesday 4 May 2016)
(Date Published: Sunday 29 January 2017)
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A flooded basin near the Amtrak line in southern Oregon. A sparce covering of grass decorated the water.


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Rain On Grass
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(Date Photographed: 08:36:45 Wednesday 4 May 2016)
(Date Published: Sunday 29 January 2017)
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A heavy rain began to fall causing visible splashes on the water-filled basin. A duck swam away from the train.


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After Downfall
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(Date Photographed: 14:37:41 Sunday 15 May 2016)
(Date Published: Sunday 29 January 2017)
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After a heavy downfall of rain, the green grass lining a path through the Arboretum was left spattered with water.


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