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A Sharp-Loped Hepatica growing in the Greenbrier area of Great Smoky Mountains National Park
A Sharp-Loped Hepatica growing in the Greenbrier area of Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Purchase this photograph as a fine art print on paper, canvas, metal, or acrylic.
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