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Now at the beginning of June I felt kinda guilty ‘cos my A430 had been neglected for so long. So I took it out for walkies.
Here’s something I took at HortPark. I have no idea what this is but when I saw it I was like, “Nooo…”.
SO pretty, huh??
If anyone happens to know the ID of this, would you please let me know? Ta.
wonderful comp and colours brilliant furry detail a belter nice one
So lovely shot and nice colour tone!
beautiful shot and colour lovely flower.
I'm afraid I have no idea... but it looks like a member of the pea family.
It's a beauty, Andrew, and I echo Ann's words, it is definitely a member of the pea family, but dodn't know the name (yet!). Carol
Yes!! That's what I think too...the pea family! The moment I saw it I thought Crotalaria. The only Crotalaria I know has yellow flowers. Thanks, you two. I'm gonna go searching along Crotalarian lines.
And Evelen...oh my...long time no see!
Whatever you decide it is..it is a well captured 'pea?'
Well Catpured indeed, and I too , think it will be some sort of pea flower!
Very nice, and probably of the fabaceae family, but I haven't had any luck IDing it.
A fabulous close up Andrew, the detail and colours are exceedingly good. Perhaps epz's botanical expert "EAS" Ann, will be able to identify it for you
I've no idea what it is but you've captured it well.
Haven't a clue as to what it is but it sure is very pretty.
Likewise, I have no idea what it is but it is beautiful. You have captured it to perfection - and I have to say it also reminds me somewhat of a Lupin, which grow very well over here in the UK!
Lovely flower but no idea what it is. .........Sandy
You captured the furry detail wonderfully well Andrew.
Firstly, love this beautiful floral image. Secondly, reminds me strongly of a shrub in my own garden, Andrew, which is an Indigofera (Leguminosae). Don't tell the shrub in my garden but the book states it to be a tropical/sub tropical shrub!! When I think of the layers of snow and hard frost mine faces each winter .... !!
Oh it is wonderfully furry and with such a delicate colour - no idea what it is but I shall look it up (I want one of those!!!!!).
Well spotted and captured..... Carole
What ever it is, it's a beauty!
Don't know the ID.. but I know it is a beauty.. wouldn't mind having in it my garden
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