Conservationist Adam Black roams the state looking for endangered flora, which he shares with researchers around the world.
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It's that magical—and all too brief—time in the city, when the heady blooms seem to make everything a little bit better.
No mantel in Texas is complete without a bluebonnet photograph. But as any amateur roadside shutterbug will tell you, it’s notoriously difficult to capture the stately flower on film. The bloom’s vibrant colors look washed-out; the petal’s delicate details are lost in a blur. “The flowers are small,” says
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