Timothy is a type of hay that farmers grow for haying here in southern New Brunswick. Timothy will also grow wild in abandoned farm fields and overgrown areas (i.e. when lawns are left to naturalize). The inner stem of Timothy is sweet and we often pull Timothy out of its stalk so that we can chew on the ends. Passekeag, new Brunswick, Canada. Captured on a CASIO EX-H20G


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I never leave the front door without my camera. I can’t seem to put it down for long. Perhaps that makes me an addict rather than an enthusiast ~ sometimes it is hard to tell the difference. But, in any case, thank you very much for taking the time to browse through my collection. I hope you enjoy what you see! ~ Sincerely, Katie

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