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03-23-2017, 05:28 AM - 2 Likes   #931
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Myzinum wasp on wild carrot, I like the flowers here.
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Small potter wasp on yarrow - you don't often look so closely at yarrow, but it's pretty interesting.
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Stiff Goldenrod reminds us each of those tiny flower clusters is filled with smaller flowers.
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First blossom this year
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Pretty Shot of My Wife's Dianthus.



Taken with Pentax k100d Super and SMC Pentax-DA 18~55mm AL Lens.

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04-05-2017, 09:36 AM   #934
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Need an ID of this one. They grow in abundance in my yard on slim stalks with flowers all along the stem. And they are wild and they are smaller than a dime, as Pete says goes here.

Sorry, don't know what that one is and don't have my flower book with me. I'll look through a couple of books and see if anything jumps out at me.

If you can get a wider shot with some of the leaves too, that might help.

By the way I think I see a couple of sensor spots at bottom left.

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Sorry, don't know what that one is and don't have my flower book with me.

I'll look through a couple of books and see if anything jumps out at me.

If you can get a wider shot with some of the leaves too, that might help.

By the way I think I see a couple of sensor spots at bottom left.
I'll see if any are still out there but I doubt it, as nephew mowed backyard today. I'll see if there are any on the north side.

I'm surprised no one else noticed those dust spots. But I did and have cleaned the sensor since taking this photo.
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I think I found it. Have them in the yard and up the street on the morning bike ride. I think its a type of vervain, same ones I see here. Can't find a picture right now not sure if tablet will do 2 tabs. Not good with it yet. Check this thread I should have some from a while back.
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Thanks Pete.

Here is a photo of more of the plant and flowers:



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I've had a bad sinus this past week and this was the first day to get out and see some wildflowers, first ones using the Sigma Macro 50mm 2.8 MF lens.
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These are popping up everywhere around here this Spring. About 1/2" or less across:
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Pretty Color Combination!



I have been photographing almost exclusively flowers from around the state of Oregon for just about eight years now. My wife is quite a Green Thumber and grows some really beautiful subjects for me to shoot. :0

Pentax k100D Super with Smc PENTAX-DA 18-55mm F3.5-5.6 AL Lens.

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Small flower on a prickly branch Pentax DFA 100mm macro
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These are wildflowers from today, the woods is alive
Dutchman's Breeches


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Blown Out Red.



This was taken in my home. Yes, the reds are blown out, but the mood is really what I was after.

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Used: k100D Super with SMC Pentax-DA 18~55mm F/3.5~5.6mm AL Lens.

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Fifteen is a crowd.



K-50 with Takumar F 70~210mm 1:4~5.6mm Lens. I felt the red flower by itself made a rather bland photograph, so I included it's younger siblings.

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