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ohce I have to question that one, looks like it's pretty large, especially judging by the bug at right. I'd say close to 3 inches. Try to remember we're looking for dime size here...around 15mm if you're on metric system.

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No, the flower is pretty tiny. I assume it less then a inch. Took this pic using DA 35 F2.8 Macro.

QuoteOriginally posted by Paleo Pete Quote
ohce I have to question that one, looks like it's pretty large, especially judging by the bug at right. I'd say close to 3 inches. Try to remember we're looking for dime size here...around 15mm if you're on metric system.
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Here is another one done by DA 35mm F2.8 Macro.

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ohce - OK no problem, the picture fooled me. It looks a whole lot like some purple Asters that grow around here and get 1 1/2 inches across. Way too big...so I had to question it. In general, around dime size is what we're after, (just over 1/2 inch or about 15mm) and occasionally someone will not notice that and post something pretty large.

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All clusters, but all under pencil eraser size. Tinkering around with 50mm, 28mm, 135mm and extension tube variations. Nothing with the binocular lens rig for once!!
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QuoteOriginally posted by Paleo Pete Quote
In general, around dime size is what we're after, (just over 1/2 inch or about 15mm)
I have a few that I can add.


Feverfew.




Daisy fleabane.


Buttercup.


Lilacs.


Very early bud stage of the same lilacs. Same twig even.
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