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Tulips and maniacal pricing

September 07, 2016 - In the 1630's tulips became so popular in the Netherlands that single bulbs could fetch the florin equivalent of tens of...
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Flag and Flowers

July 02, 2016 - The blossoms here are less than a quarter-inch in size and the flag is about 2.5 inches high. The photo is iPhoned. The...
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Patriotic Mums

July 02, 2016 - If they can turn it Red White and Blue, then it's for sale at our local market. These were shot with an iPhone 5, then...
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The colors are from the florist, the brush strokes are mine

April 24, 2016 - A macro lens and Topaz Labs' Impression helped convert this photo of a supermarket daisy into a virtual impasto painting...
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Supermarket blossoms

April 23, 2016 - Green petals? Whether by dipping, spraying or standing in a food-coloring liquid, a wealth of colors are available to en...
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Background for a tulip

April 17, 2016 - Sometimes you can convert the mundane into the attractive. This tulip was growing in front of a coiled-up blue garden ho...
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Pansies are no pansies

April 09, 2016 - Fascinates me that pansy is what you call a wimpy kind of person, but pansies are among the first blossoms to pop up in...
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A little late for Easter 2016

April 08, 2016 - Euphorbia millii, the Crown of Thorns is a popular indoor/outdoor plant that legend associates with the crown of thorns...
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Spring has arrived

April 07, 2016 - This is a daisy from the grocery store. It was photographed with a macro lens then processed using, among other software...
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Springtime arrives at the Bartlett Arboretum

March 15, 2016 - Established in 1910, the Bartlett Arboretum just south of Wichita in Belle Plaine, Kansas, is a lovely refuge among Tree...
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