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It's monday once again and it's time to share your National Park images on #nationalparksmonday . Remember, we encourage images from National Parks that span the globe, not just from the US.

So what are you waiting for? Go ahead and submit your images, it's easy all you have to do is attach your image to a post here on G+ and add the #nationalparksmonday  hash tag to it, or for more karma and to make it easier for me to find your images and add the following:

For #nationalparksmonday  hosted by +Juan Pons

I then select my favorite and feature them for all to enjoy.

My contribution here is from Mount Rainier National Park in Washington State. These are Western pasqueflower, or as I affectionally call them, Trufula trees, from the famed Dr. Seuss book, The Lorax.

Enjoy!

P.S. We still could use a little bit of promotion on this daily photo theme, so I would appreciate it if you could share this post with the people in your circles to let them all know about the theme.
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Wow.  That's nice.  Really nice.
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