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I donít know what type of flower this is

By jamestheboy
I am not into to flowers all that much so I donít know what type of flower this is , I daresay someone will soon tell me

Thanks for looking
james
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Tags: Flowers Flowers and plants

Voters: carmenfuchs, davey_griffo, MrsS and 11 more


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davey_griffo 11 213 165 England
31 May 2010 12:37PM
It's a beautifullus shoticus, James. Smile

Excellent close-up.

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jamestheboy 10 447 5 United Kingdom
31 May 2010 12:39PM

Quote:It's a beautifullus shoticus, James.

Excellent close-up.





Thanks Smile
james
MrsS 13 4.5k 18 England
31 May 2010 12:40PM

Quote:I donít know what type of flower this is

neither do I, but you've captured and presented it brilliantly, James Smile

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I do so hope you will have a go Smile

Fran x
(Just in case you missed it on the other upload) Wink
KarenFB Plus
13 5.4k 175 England
31 May 2010 1:01PM
Beautifully caught - I love the colours!
vickyf 14 8 8 United Kingdom
31 May 2010 3:01PM
It's a Centaurea (or Knapweed). Nice shot, although I'd be tempted to clone the brown stem out of the left hand side which is a bit distracting.
Niknut Plus
10 2.5k 82 United Kingdom
31 May 2010 5:10PM
Terrific flower shot with loads of impact, gorgeous colours & sharp where it needs to be...well done !! Er...ease up a bit will you...you're putting us all in the shade with this standard of work !!!!
Anjantoo 12 7 1 England
31 May 2010 9:53PM
A beauty, gorgous colour and detail!
Jann
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Paree 15 616 3
11 Jun 2010 7:14PM

Quote:It's a Centaurea (or Knapweed). Nice shot, although I'd be tempted to clone the brown stem out of the left hand side which is a bit distracting.


i am happy to know what it is my garden is full of them,
i keep pulling them up, put they are pretty at first,
James you have captured this wonderfully

paree

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