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Teledyne Terrace, Botanical Garden, Huntsville, Alabama
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Just north you can see the Teledyne Terrace building. I have no idea what it could be used for, but it looks good. East of that, across Little Smith Lake, is the gardens butterfly house. The beautiful purple flowers you see, appears to be daises of some sort. If you know what they are and the tree behind them, please pass it along to me and I'll update this description.

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Uploaded: 14/11/2013
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Tags: daises; purple; botanical; garden; fall; colors
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