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01-05-2011, 06:26 AM   #226
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Those cheap LED torches work great for light painting small objects.

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01-26-2011, 05:00 PM   #227
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Those are really beautiful photos Mr K! They do, however, beg the question, "What are they?"
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Those are really beautiful photos Mr K! They do, however, beg the question, "What are they?"
Thanks for the comment.

Uh...my best guess is some version of poppy. There was a whole ring of them around a dolphin fountain in the middle of a traffic circle.
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They don't look that tiny to me. Are they?

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That's why the title says Tiny flowers. Oh, well, they're still beautiful flowers. TFS
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That's why the title says Tiny flowers. Oh, well, they're still beautiful flowers. TFS
Tiny is relative, smarty.
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Tiny is relative, smarty
Not in this case. Pete started the thread and he meant tiny flowers. As in those we barely see because they're usually so tiny you step on them, or just miss them when walking around.
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so let's make it no larger than dime size, just over 1/2 inch.
This from the first page and stated by Paleo Pete.

This one, is less than an inch across.



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Just came across this thread.
Some of my oldies:







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Nice ones Ash. Is the second one a Tea Rose? And what's the first one called?
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Spigelia marilandica - Indian Pink


Chive blooms / buds


Spring Beauties - wildflower






Tropical Milkweed blooms
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Hey Bud, you've got a lot of strange flora out there in Ohio!

The photos are just plain beautiful!
I especially like the last one with the bee.

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Tiny flower on tall stalk, taken with D-FA 100, in between mosquito swats last spring.
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Sorry photolady, not sure about those flowers, the rose is a peach-faced one but the others are beyond me.

Another tiny daisy capture:
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Tiny flowers have me wishing for spring.
Wild ones are tough subjects.
Either very close to the ground or up in the wind.
I get lots of tripod experience capturing them.
Here's another from last spring.
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Tiny flowers are slowing down.
Here's one I can find in the middle of winter.
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