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|Queenscup from the Lily Family|
Yes I've been in a bit of a macro mood lately with the recent blooming of low level wildflowers. About Queenscup:
Grows in moist forest and openings at low to subalpine elevations. Dark green ovate, pointed leaves, 3" to 6" long, appear to grow straight from the ground. A single white, 6 petaled flower up to 2" across will grow on a stem emanating from the base of the leaves. Later in the season look for a single dark blue berry.
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Good Morning! :)
Your flower series is great. You're definitely proving yourself a diverse photographer.
Great composition, color and detail. What does the Tiffen Haze 1 do?
So delicate the flower appears with a strong background of heavy green leaves. It's daintiness shines through.
I have visited your website and was very impressed. But that is slightly off topic...although I would like to know where you got your software for your web, in order I might try it out.
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