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Nature follows its seasonal patterns. Please send your photos to editor@gazettejournal.net.

Rose Mallow, hibiscus moscheutos, among wildflowers seen on Cheryl Battle’s walk near marshlands.

Pat and Dave Chance of New Point find their grand dog chatting with her favorite limelight hydrangea.

A butterfly in Ginger Rowe’s garden in Gloucester.

A bee is covered with pollen as it dives into an althea blossom at the home of Martha Thompson Hudgins, Gloucester.

A Cardinal Flower in the backyard of Jackie King of Achilles.

Moonflower and black-eyed Susans, from Bill Lance of Port Haywood. Also, a butterfly feeds on a sunflower.

Thirsty squirrel, sent in by Paul Rawls of Foster.

Butterfly on zinnia, by Christy Talbott of Gloucester.

Lila Youkeles of Ware Neck said her zinnias attract “tons of butterflies.”

Rebecca Slater saw this argiope spider in the bushes when she launched a kayak from John’s Point Landing; and she shot this photo ...

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