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    Default Flowers in my backyard

    Wishful thinking I'm afraid, my backyard is one gigantic popsicle these days. These were taken at a recent camera club outing...indoors!





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    I like all three of your shots, what type of flower is the third one ?

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    Lovely stuff here - like the colors.
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    Brilliant shots Gord. I love 'em all. TFS
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    Thanks everyone. I'm afraid I don't know what type of flower the third one is...sorry.
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    The third picture (the red flower with the yellow stamen) is an Anthurium.

    Anthurium - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Thanks MGP...!
    It doesn't matter how many you shoot. It matters how many you keep.

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    I really like all of these shots you have some great flowers.
    Thanks for sharing.

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