Wildflowers Among the Cars and Concrete
Posted on Tue, Sep 20, 2011
Wildflowers - Cosmos bipinnatus (pinks/whites/maroons) and Cosmos sulphureus (orange/yellow) - are abloom amid the concrete and 60,000 daily vehicles on Cherry Hill's Rt. 70. Staff photographer Tom Gralish - who created this visual appreciation - is a frequent driver on the often congested four-lane stretch between Haddonfield Road and I-295.
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