Flower Photography: Cupid's Shaving Brush


Herbaceous perennial from long thickened roots. with yellowish white rayless flower heads in nodding clusters. It branches 12 to 30 inches tall with triangular leaves with toothed edges.  Flowers from July through October. ~www.forthall.net


23 comments:

  1. wow, very sharp and vivid photo Che, love your shot.

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  2. Really nice photo! So sharp!

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  3. Wonderful capture! Beautifully done.

    Have a great weekend!
    Barb

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  4. Lovely details and framing!

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  5. Great shot! Sharp and vivd color!

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  6. Beautifully captured, great macro Cher.

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  7. great shot!

    visiting from Flower on Saturdays!

    http://point-shoot-vhen.blogspot.com/2011/07/365138-140.html

    hope to see you there also, thanks!

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  8. Beautiful shot! Good luck!

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  9. I think before I clicked on publish the comment it was gone :( so here it is again
    That's a great shot, thank you for likning today
    I was reading your heading and I know how you feel, I am less than 3 weeks away from my due date and I am taking it slow as well,
    take care of yourself :))

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  10. Very pretty! I've never heard of it, lol.

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  11. This macro is so clear, sharp, and full of vivid color. Even the white stands out. Hope all goes well for you in these weeks to come. Even at 72, I can well remember birthing my 3 children. One does not forget the excitement. Take care. Genie

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  12. Great shot! I've seen some of these in my pasture and wondered what they were~thanks.

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  13. Beautiful shot, but I love the name! I have never heard of this plant before!!!

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  14. Something tells me this might be an invasive flower. :)) LOVE the weed's name, though.

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  15. Very pretty!!...do you know what its called?

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  16. Fantastic shot, Cher..Keep us posted on your progress in the next days.

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