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One of the first flowers to open in the spring in the Maritimes, Coltsfoot, is typically observed growing along roadsides. The plants produce "dandelion-like" heads, but lack observable leaves (these come later in the summer). Not unlike their cousins, Coltsfoot produce heads of seeds (actually fruits, but that's just plant biology mumbo-jumbo...) that are carried away by parachute-like plumes. Using a single OCF, I was able to capture the texture of the "puckers" left behind by vacating fruits/seeds.

Coltsfoot Seed Head

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