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16-MAY-2005 Cheryl Hawkins

May 16, 2005

This could possibly be a Silver Puff.

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Si Kirk23-May-2005 17:29
very nice great detail plus i really like the range of tones in the background.
Guest 21-May-2005 03:18
Guest 21-May-2005 03:16
Cheryl this is beautiful!
Guest 20-May-2005 16:44
A unique picture! I love it! Great DOF too
Guest 18-May-2005 22:38
When you think you've seen all the dandys there is... nature throws a sweve ball!
Guest 17-May-2005 23:07
Nice job Cheryl!
laine8217-May-2005 22:54
Looks like what we call Cobblers Pegs. Catch in your clothes & spread like mad. A real pest in other words.
gen 17-May-2005 21:29
Great photo Mom!
Guest 17-May-2005 11:45
Well it sure isn't any dandelion I've ever seen! Incredibly sharp agains the deep bokeh - nice shot and post work!
northstar3717-May-2005 11:13
they're barely hanging on
Karen Stuebing17-May-2005 10:03
Whatever it is, it's wonderful. Love the detail.
Guest 17-May-2005 09:05
Linda Alstead17-May-2005 08:58
wow - lovely!
Lee Rudd17-May-2005 07:59
soooooooo sharp against the background!
Guest 17-May-2005 04:22
nice bokeh
Coleen Perilloux Landry17-May-2005 01:09
Excellent work.
JeremyGood17-May-2005 00:58
That's quite a plant. The black spiky parts underneath make a nice contrast with the white star petals.
Guest 17-May-2005 00:19
Interesting flower and well shot Cheryl! This is one of those plants with great potential. I'm sure you could spend a long time photographing from many different perspectives and lighting styles.
tomsview16-May-2005 23:56
Excellent work!
Really fantastic shot!
Guest 16-May-2005 23:53
Cheryl said puff... ;)

Cool - thanks for the info!
Cheryl Hawkins16-May-2005 23:35
Jeanne, that has to be it! I have a Crumpler!
Guest 16-May-2005 23:33
I can tell you have a Crumpler!! This is GORGEOUS! See what happens when you put your camera in a Crumpler!?!?! LOLL!!!
Herb 16-May-2005 23:30
Very nice
Cheryl Hawkins16-May-2005 23:23
Hi Larry,
It grows on a taller plant than a dandelion and the seedpods/parachutes are more like paper than fluff.
Guest 16-May-2005 23:20
Is this a form of a Dandelion? Beautiful capture!