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Mexican Hat Dance (58)
angybone Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1047 W: 14 N: 2372] (7684)
This is an American Painted Lady dancing on a Ratibida columnifera ['Mexican Hat' or 'Prairie Coneflower']

Also known as the Mexican Hat, the prairie coneflower is a wildflower found almost all over the US. It is a perennial, native to the US, that grows to about 3 feet in height. It is often cultivated along the roadsides as it is drought tolerant and easy to grow.The Great Plains Indians brewed a tea from the leaves and flowers of this plant. They used a decoction of leaves and stems to treat poison ivy and rattlesnake bites and took an infusion of the plant tops to treat headaches and stomach aches. (disclaimer: I don't advise you to try any of these though!) source: http://flower-fest.blogspot.com/search/label/Flower%20festival

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angybone Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1047 W: 14 N: 2372] (7684)
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Edited by:Proframe Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 549 W: 183 N: 1069] (4096)

Only thing I did was crop of a part of the left side to change composition.
Kindest regards, Harry