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Single Bloom..........
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Posted By: eaglem, 02-23-2014, 07:08 PM

but many more on the tree.


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Beautiful as always. The single star is a nice touch
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Beautiful as always. The single star is a nice touch
Actually there are two stars but one is smaller so less noticeable. Thanks.
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Love it

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Love it
Thank you for your comment, much appreciated.
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QuoteOriginally posted by eaglem Quote
Actually there are two stars but one is smaller so less noticeable.
Yeah thanks. I did miss it the first time.
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Too much water, not enough stars - trying to figure out what Kerrowdown will say this time - almost as much fun reading his posts as seeing your next flower image...

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Yeah thanks. I did miss it the first time.
Two many stars in your eyes!!!!!!!!!!! Pun intended....

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Too much water, not enough stars - trying to figure out what Kerrowdown will say this time - almost as much fun reading his posts as seeing your next flower image...
Yes it is an amusing game........lol
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summer is ending, is this the last of the blooms for the year?
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summer is ending, is this the last of the blooms for the year?
No Bob our summer still has a way to go...............
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Nice shot em, these flowers you are posting seem like they would be awful hard for a bee to pollinate.
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Nice shot em, these flowers you are posting seem like they would be awful hard for a bee to pollinate.
They do have tiny stamen in the centre of the flower.
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They do have tiny stamen in the centre of the flower.
Oh the detail in your photo make that obvious, still seems difficult compare to many of the other options the bees have
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Holy @$#$&@ that's good!
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Oh the detail in your photo make that obvious, still seems difficult compare to many of the other options the bees have
Yes but I think the scent attracts them............

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Why thank you Jerry....................
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