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Canon EOS 50D
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Cherry Blossom by the pond
Of the twenty or so cherry trees in the garden, virtually none of them flower simultaneously. There's a theory that they do so deliberately, in order to ensure attention from pollinating insects, which would be overwhelmmed if they all came out in flower at once...interesting theory?