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06-13-2017, 11:02 AM - 2 Likes   #976
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Small multicolor flowers taken with FA* 28-70mm

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Dainty Flowers.



Taken with Canon EOS Rebel t5 and Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS II Lens.

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Canon EOS Rebel t5 with Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS II Lens.

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My lavender hasn't started blooming yet.

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I got to thinking Tony, so yesterday I measured my thumb from first knuckle to tip of it, and it's an inch long. So if you're using your thumb to measure these tiny flowers, you should measure how long your thumb is a the point of your first knuckle to the tip.

Pete said, tiny flowers up to 1/2 across go in here, anything bigger isn't what he wanted. Just saying!
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I got to thinking Tony, so yesterday I measured my thumb from first knuckle to tip of it, and it's an inch long. So if you're using your thumb to measure these tiny flowers, you should measure how long your thumb is a the point of your first knuckle to the tip.

Pete said, tiny flowers up to 1/2 across go in here, anything bigger isn't what he wanted. Just saying!
Thanks, I appreciate that info. It is from the knuckle to the tip of the finger nail, approximately one inch. On this one today, it is the same, about one half an inch. It could be that they are not yet in full bloom. However, if you want me to delete these uploads, I will. Okay, I actually measured from the middle of the first knuckle to the finger nail and it actually is one inch. The half inch mark is right on the bottom of the finger nail and that is what I have been going by.

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Thanks, I appreciate that info. It is from the knuckle to the tip of the finger nail, approximately one inch. On this one today, it is the same, about one half an inch. It could be that they are not yet in full bloom. However, if you want me to delete these uploads, I will. TT
No, don't delete those you already uploaded, just remember that those bigger than, measured by your thumb to knuckle are too big.

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No, don't delete those you already uploaded, just remember that those bigger than, measured by your thumb to knuckle are too big.
I have gone ahead and deleted the images that I had uploaded. Thank you very much,

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I have gone ahead and deleted the images that I had uploaded. Thank you very much, Tony
That's fine Tony. I said you really didn't have to but if you felt you should, that's okay, too.
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Bittersweet Nightshade, this is a wildflower, but this particular plant just happened to grow in our landscaping, so we kept it.
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Nice one Tom.

We have the white ones here.
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We have huckleberry flowers.

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Bushel of blossoms
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More huckleberry blossoms.




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