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One of my Wife's Lantana plant flowers.
Lens: Pentax-A 50mm F/1.7 Lens Camera: Pentax K-7 Photo Location: My Front Yard ISO: 200 Shutter Speed: 1/60s Aperture: F8 
Posted By: Tonytee, 08-14-2019, 02:55 PM



Focal Length 50mm, Manual Exposure Mode, No Fill Flash With CWA Metering.

Thanks for viewing.

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impressive colours! very beautiful well done
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Nice one Tony! I love Lantanas. They attract a lot of butterflies.
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impressive colours! very beautiful well done

Thank you very much.

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Nice one Tony! I love Lantanas. They attract a lot of butterflies.

I agree. Although they are quite small, their colors are truly brilliant. Thanks. TT

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They have beautifully coloured flowers but the Lantana Bush is a known pest here.
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They have beautifully coloured flowers but the Lantana Bush is a known pest here.

In what way are they pests?

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In what way are they pests?

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If not kept under strict control it will spread and grow wild everywhere. Queensland had a major problem with it as it did with Bougainvillaea
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Those colours are beautiful! Nice shot

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If not kept under strict control it will spread and grow wild everywhere. Queensland had a major problem with it as it did with Bougainvillaea
Hmmmm! Sounds very similar to a statement my wife once said about me.

Cheers, Mate.

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Those colours are beautiful! Nice shot

Thanks very much.

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