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01-12-2019, 06:01 PM - 4 Likes   #1156
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Swamp bush-pea, something of a rarity. K-S2 + DA 55-300 PLM.


There are many species of pea flowers. Not sure which one this is. K-S2 + DA 20-40 Ltd. (I love this lens for flower shots.)


Both shots from Bunyip State Park, Victoria.


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I did not even notice the flowers on this bush in Palm Springs, CA.....Nic noticed these pretty little purple flowers
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Hike in the desert yesterday...that wonderful lens, the D-FA 100mm Macro WR

01-23-2019, 08:20 AM   #1159
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crocus, spring of 2018:

01-23-2019, 08:55 AM   #1160
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typical patch of Virginia wildflowers growing at Dulles Int'l. Airport.
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chicory by the roadside and some yellow things that were behind the chicory...

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dlh - The "yellow things behind the Chicory" is Coreopsis. Very common where I Live, and way too big for this, the Tiny Flowers thread, so is Chicory. Most of these probably are, please try to limit your submissions to anything smaller than a dime. Some of the very small white ones in the middle picture might be more like what this thread is about, they look a little like some very small flowers here in Texas but I can't be sure.

I haven't been around for quite a while, so I haven't been keeping up, no internet, but I may be able to check in a bit more often these days. The idea for this thread is the smallest flowers you can find.

Actually I'm surprised it's still running...3 years now? I don't know, I've slept since then...

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QuoteOriginally posted by Paleo Pete Quote
dlh - The "yellow things behind the Chicory" is Coreopsis. Very common where I Live, and way too big for this, the Tiny Flowers thread, so is Chicory. Most of these probably are, please try to limit your submissions to anything smaller than a dime. Some of the very small white ones in the middle picture might be more like what this thread is about, they look a little like some very small flowers here in Texas but I can't be sure.

I haven't been around for quite a while, so I haven't been keeping up, no internet, but I may be able to check in a bit more often these days. The idea for this thread is the smallest flowers you can find.

Actually I'm surprised it's still running...3 years now? I don't know, I've slept since then...
Welcome back Pete.

Some huckleberry blossoms, about 2 to 3 millimeters across.

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Henbit is blooming around these parts - Canon SD1100 IS in macro mode:
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Well, heck, there's Pete. LOL Thought he fell off the face of the earth been so long since he's been seen around here.


I have no idea what this flower is, I just know it grows along side the Florida Tassel. Shot with Pentax 35-105 with Raynox DCR-250 on the end of it



Florida Tassel, shot with Pentax 35-105 with Raynox DCR-250 on the end of it.



Another unknown shot with same combo: me on my belly to get close enough to get the shot in focus.



All smaller than a dime.
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Well, Pete, I try to keep em in line but sometimes they slip bigger flowers in without me seeing them. I'll try harder!

Crocus are not smaller than a dime either.

dlh, yours you posted here would fit in my other thread, the in between flowers.
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QuoteOriginally posted by photolady95 Quote
Well, Pete, I try to keep em in line but sometimes they slip bigger flowers in without me seeing them. I'll try harder!

Crocus are not smaller than a dime either.

dlh, yours you posted here would fit in my other thread, the in between flowers.
Thanks, didn't know about it; since subscribed. Meanwhile (and properly chastised), here are some "tiny flowers", though they don't look like much in the middle of February, here in the Northern Hemisphere.
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Having been properly chastised regarding the size of my flowers, I now submit some seriously tiny flowers. No idea what they are, they appeared in my lawn unbidden. Good thing I'm not a fan of Monsanto.
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Having been properly chastised regarding the size of my flowers, I now submit some seriously tiny flowers. No idea what they are, they appeared in my lawn unbidden. Good thing I'm not a fan of Monsanto.
Looks quite a lot like Hairy Bitter Cress, which is very common (non-native) and an early bloomer. The leaves don't look quite right to me, but maybe it's frost damage.
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