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Taken in my kitchen saw the sun shining through the leaves and grabbed the camera!

Thx for all the kind comments

The fractal plant.

Unknown flowerhead.

Seem to have acquired a taste for shooting spiky things.

 

I've uploaded this as a png file, just couldn't seem to get the file size low enough as a jpeg so hope the quality looks okay. :)

 

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Taken with the Lensbaby.

the light was like magical

THIS IS A PITCHER LANT, A LOVELY VARIETY. I COULD NOT GET A CLEARER SHOT AS THIS WAS JUST ABOUT 7 INCHES FROM THE GROUND. IT IS COLORED DARKELY. THANKS TO THOSE WHO VIEW, COMMENT AND FAVE MY PHOTO. THIS WILL BE HIGHLY APPRECIATED. WHEN AN INSECT FALLS INTO THE PITCHER, IT CANNOT GET OUT AND THE PLANT WILL JUST DEVOUR THE FOOS

Olendra Photography By Damien Wijerathne

  

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The artichoke is a perennial in the thistle group of the sunflower family and is believed to be a native of the Mediterranean and the Canary Islands. The "vegetable" that we eat is actually the plant's flower bud. When allowed to flower, the blossoms measure up to seven inches in diameter and are a beautiful violet-blue color.

Flower Exibition @ Jilani Park Lahore

Not aware of the name of this plant - No processing applied on it.

Hi all sorry that I have not been around lately have been busy on other things!

 

This is a 7 image panorama taken in Romney marsh area, Kent!

 

went with Jan {jankmarshall) www.flickr.com/photos/jankmarshall/ Sander (Sander van der vel) www.flickr.com/photos/jar0d/ It was a joy to meet with you Sander hope that you liked Bodiam and its not to wet at the moment!

Taken back in 2007 and looking for that something different for a sunrise theme and holding the camera at ground level!

This set of four pictures is the result of a morning walk with Brian and Eric to Deer Lake.

 

I had been extremely busy with work lately, so I apologize if I didn't yet have a chance to comment on your photos. I will make it up to you guys, I promise.

harvest time for wheat coming soon

 

tomorrows bread

Detail of the florets which make up a hydrangea flower

A pretty little plant from the Denver Botanic Gardens.

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These meat-eating pitcher plants belong to two large families of monocots—the Nepenthaceae (Old World) and Sarraceniaceae (New World).

 

The pitchers under the Old World clan live high above a tree. Because there is not much of a food source up there, the plant resorts to find an alternative source of nutrients. What it does is to fold the ends of its leaves like a cup and concocts nectar juices and waits daintily for its helpless victims.

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