Turtle Posted August 3, 2009 Author Report Share Posted August 3, 2009 Excellent photos! Unless my memory is tainted, your photos have increased in quality since you started them. :) you sayin' my early phlower photos sucked!? :eek: :hyper: but yes i think i have done better with practice and thanks for sayin' so and thanks to you & cedars for puttin' me onto what makes for an increase in quality in a wildflower photo. say stamen! :bouquet: Did you ever get an ID for the purple/blue flower in the wildflower group?I gave it a good lookin at, but I don't even know where to start with that one. My guess is that it's an exotic that somehow found a home on that patch of dirt. :shrug: yes; michaelangelica pegged the genus if i remember, & i verified the species through the ususal sources. checking now with the Burke source for here in washington, i see it is listed as introduced in 1 county that is a couple counties north of moi and originates in eurasia. Nigella damascena - WTU Herbarium Image Collectionadditional source: Nigella damascena here's the photo of the specimen i spotted: love-in-a-mist - Nigella damascenaaugust 2009suburbiaclark county washington - introduced Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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