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04-16-2021, 12:45 PM - 1 Like   #1321
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Pimenta dioica, "allspice". I think these are the male flowers, until recently I had no idea that there are male and female allspice trees. Anyway the female flowers are larger and quite showy. I wondered why there was never any fruit on this tree...now I know <sigh>. But the leaves are super-fragrant, a wonderful spicy (allspicy, forgive me) aroma when rubbed or crushed.

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Viburnum bloom with yet-to-open buds.
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Lots of little flowers
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A double exposure of two clusters of flowers.

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Heliotrope.

Taken with: Olympus E-PL1 and Olympus 40~150mm R Lens.

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Pretty Set Up, but no idea what it is. :(

Taken with: Pentax k-50 and SMC Takumar F 70~210mm Lens.

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04-21-2021, 12:38 PM - 2 Likes   #1327
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Plastic fantastic to the rescue K-50 + 35mm f2.4









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Lens DA* 50135mm
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Here is a pygmy caladenia (australian native orchid)
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Another little flower
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Opening bracts of a dogwood bloom. The green buds will become small, innocuous flowers.
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Really a very small flower
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Here are some small Pterostylis or greenhood orchids. They make a trap for little black ants to crawl through in order to pollinate themselves.






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