Wednesday, June 19, 2013

A little wild salsify, while I catch up.



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  1. They look a bit like firework displays.

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  2. Awesome...and I mean AWESOME photos!

    Yup, just what Laura shared...they look like a firework display!

    And I love the two different colors of each photo.

    REALLY nice!!!!

    X

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    1. Thanks. The first one is the natural color of the plant when the sun shines through it.

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  3. very cool...that first one, though a flower, looks like fireworks....cool shots

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  4. wow, quite amazing, and talented. Hello Secret Agent. I managed to track you from Brian's.

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    1. Well, thank you. I'll be around to visit.

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  5. That could scare someone with hay fever. I would be ok. Nature does offer good symmetries.

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    1. Do many people have an allergy to salsify?

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  6. I will go off and google wild salsify while you carry on......
    p.s. beautiful pic, but I agree about the hay fever bit, I can almost feel a sneeze coming just looking at this :)

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    1. To me they look like something you'd want to brush your face against.

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  7. Oh ms. Photographer: very very nice. What a great feeling both of these invoked in me

    Love
    kj

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  8. I did sneeze, and it was not from hay fever...I love both photos. Brilliant.

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  9. Very lovely photos. Hoping you have got things done!!!!!!
    Maggie x

    Nuts in May

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    1. Much of what I was catching up on was blog-reading, and I did. :-)

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  10. I've never heard of it, but I like it!

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    1. I had to google it by entering "giant dandelions.:

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  11. Glad you put a name I could google. Nice pics, do you have a close-up lens?

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    1. Believe it or not, I took those with my phone. It takes pretty decent close-ups. I had the camera lens right up against it.

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  12. Is that like a dandelion? Pretty cool pictures.

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    1. It's related, but much bigger. Also called oyster plant.

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  13. gorgeous lighting on that top one.

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