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A moose calf eats pansies on an October afternoon. Photo by Lisa Sporleder
A cow moose dines on a raspberry patch. Photo by Lisa Sporleder
October fall sunset. Photo by Lisa Sporleder
A view of Mt. Susitna "Sleeping Lady" and Eagle River, Alaska. Photo by Amber Gichard.
A view of Bear Mountain and Mirror Lake in Chugiak, Alaska. Photo by Amber Amber Gichard.
Mountain saxifrage grows in the alpine area of the Montreal Botanical Garden. Photo by Monique Musick.
The Montreal Botanical Garden is one of the largest in the world and includes thematic gardens, arboretum and greenhouses and features over 20,000 plant species. Photo by Monique Musick.
Spectacular fall colors highlight the Japanese garden within the Montreal Botanical Garden. Photo by Monique Musick.
In Fairbanks the first snow had just fallen, but in Montreal the leaves were just begining to drop and the Montreal Botanical Garden had plenty to explore. Photo by Monique Musick.
Kathleen Wattum – 31 October 2012, Wednesday 10:52
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