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10-21-2018, 06:34 AM - 3 Likes   #1
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In Between Flowers

We have Tiny flowers (smaller than a dime), and Bigger Flowers, how about those in between those sizes. Anything that is not big, or tiny goes here. Have at it, folks, any camera, even a phone will do. Main purpose, enjoy yourself!

Like these, they're not bigger, but they are too big for tiny.

Four O'clocks:


And these, they Purple Hearts, too big for tiny, but not bigger for bigger flowers:


Let's see yours. I'm sure you have some.


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I have, literally, thousands of images to fit this category. Almost all of them do, however, include hummingbirds

Salvia guaranitica 'Anise Sage'... and an immature male Ruby-throated Hummingbird



Ipomoea multifida 'Cardinal Vine'

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photolady95, I hear you, and feel the pain! I'm a Southerner and "baconless" is a dirty word.
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This will fit here


Crab Apple blossoms






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Welcome aboard guys. Keep em coming. I know there are more out there. I see them all time and shoot them myself all the time. And had no where to post them, now we do.
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Here's another, the bleeding heart. Small but not small enough for the tiny flower thread.

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Trout Lily - erythronium americanum ... one of my favorite spring wildflowers





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Iochroma 'Red Ashcott'
1/1000s f/4.5 at 300.0mm iso1600


Iochroma 'Royal Queen Purple'
1/1600s f/4.5 at 300.0mm iso1250


Iochroma 'Ruby Red'
1/2000s f/5.0 at 300.0mm iso1000
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These qualify here










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This goes here too. Found these near our river, lots them around there. Like in the second shot.




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Trillium grandiflorum 'White Trillium'... the Ohio state wildflower






Sanguinaria canadensis 'Bloodroot'

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Perennial stocks taken as a test of a recently arrived Industar 50-2 50mm f3.5 on 11mm ext tube;

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A difficult sun/shade photo of some unexpected wildflowers (cosmos?) along the creek:
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Tecoma stans 'Bells of Fire'


Nigella


Abutilon


Cuphea 'Schumannii'
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