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Flowers

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Migrant workers pick Tecolote Ranunculus flowers during a warm spring day, April 16, 2004, in Carlsbad, California a city just north of San Diego. The Flower Fields at Carlsbad Ranch brings visitor from around the world to view the fifty acres of the annual burst of color. (UPI Photo/Earl Cryer)
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Undocumented workers pick flowers during a warm spring day, April 8, 2006, in Carlsbad, California a city just north of the US- Mexican border. Heartened by huge marches across the United States and President George W. Bush's support for a guest-worker program, Mexican workers remain optimistic that the immigration bill in the U.S. Congress can be transformed into something that will ultimately benefit millions of illegal migrants. (UPI Photo/Earl Cryer)
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Undocumented workers pick flowers during a warm spring day, April 8, 2006, in Carlsbad, California a city just north of the US- Mexican border. Heartened by huge marches across the United States and President George W. Bush's support for a guest-worker program, Mexican workers remains optimistic that the immigration bill in the U.S. Congress can be transformed into something that will ultimately benefit millions of illegal migrants. (UPI Photo/Earl Cryer)
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Vehicles head toward Furnace Creek past wild flowers in Death Valley National Park on March 17, 2005. Record winter rains have lead to record flowers and hoards of photographers in the park. (UPI Photo/Terry Schmitt)
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Tecolote Ranunculus flowers in full bloom during a warm spring day, April 16, 2004, in Carlsbad, California a city just north of San Diego. The Flower Fields at Carlsbad Ranch brings visitor from around the world to view the fifty acres of the annual burst of color. (UPI Photo/Earl Cryer)
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A Desert Five Spot joins millions of wildflowers in Death Valley National Park on March 18, 2005. Record winter rains have lead to record flowers and hoards of photographers in the park to record the event. (UPI Photo/Terry Schmitt)
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A wash of yellow covers a field between sand dunes and mountains in Death Valley National Park. Heavy winter rains in the California desert have lead to record flowers. (UPI Photo/Terry Schmitt)
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