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What's your favorite flower
#31
RE: What's your favorite flower
(12th February 2014, 05:19)Laza Wrote:
(12th February 2014, 00:43)whateverist Wrote: I can't quite see the flower because the image is so large. Is it some kind of sun dew?

It's a cannabis flower.

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#32
RE: What's your favorite flower
The ones that are pretty to look at.
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#33
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This weekend is the carnival of flowers where I live. I might borrow a camera and try to get some pics of it on here.
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#34
RE: What's your favorite flower
This is hot! The flower is the (female) plant's reproductive organ Thinking
#1) Cannabis Sativa.
[Image: image_1500-Cannabis.jpg]
#2) Dandelion.
[Image: dandel08-l.jpg]
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#35
RE: What's your favorite flower
Coffea, no coffea flower, no coffee beans ...
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#36
RE: What's your favorite flower
(6th September 2014, 21:23)Little lunch Wrote: This weekend is the carnival of flowers where I live. I might borrow a camera and try to get some pics of it on here.

Ooooh. Please do! I've only been to an orchid show. Just lovely.

(6th September 2014, 21:46)ShaMan Wrote: #2) Dandelion.
[Image: dandel08-l.jpg]

The dandelion is such an underrated flower. I have a nice b&w shot of one of those poofy things they produce. I'll find it later when I'm back on the laptop.
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#37
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So I couldn't find the photo on my laptop. I swore that I scanned that roll of film but I guess I didn't. But I found a 12x16" print so I managed to get a picture of it. Not quite what I wanted to show you but you get the idea.

I was on a walk through the woods behind the village I lived at last year and it was mid-morning and I liked the way the sun was coming through the trees and I got this shot.


"Yes, I am a Free Lover. I have an inalienable, constitutional and natural right to love whom I may, to love as long or as short a period as I can; to change that love every day if I please, and with that right neither you nor any law you can frame have any right to interfere. And I have the further right to demand a free and unrestricted exercise of that right, and it is your duty not only to accord it, but as a community, to see I am protected in it. I trust that I am fully understood, for I mean just that, and nothing else."
— Victoria Woodhull, “And the truth shall make you free,” a speech on the principles of social freedom, 1871
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#38
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Roses. Got 30 of them. I mean, bushes not blooms. Bit prickly though.Smile
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#39
RE: What's your favorite flower
I've always been somewhat fond of Necropostus Forumnae. I wasn't able to locate any pics, but these particular blossoms seem to be popping up a lot lately.

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#40
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Why did you guy bring back this old thing?
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