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Old Jul 18, 2009, 8:34 AM   #11
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Going through some plant folders. Got to get an extra hard drive. Violets can differ regarding shape, colour and size. These are very small ones, as I remember it
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Now out to the coast. Don't know the name here either. Sad, really sad. Here they grow creeping due to the
strong winds, I suppose
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The same flower, I think, in another biotop
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Old Jul 18, 2009, 9:29 AM   #14
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And, lastly, back to the coast, in a less windy area. Thank you for your attension

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The first and fifth are really special. So are the violets. They have more snap than the others. Nice series.
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The first and fifth are really special. So are the violets. They have more snap than the others. Nice series.
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Caryl,

Thank you for viewing and the comment. I was out today for a walk along a beach when I saw these very tiny white flowers

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Well done
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Old Jul 24, 2009, 6:48 PM   #18
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Well done
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Gave them a thought. They haven't exactly chosen to be small rather than large, so perhaps we, who can choose, can put the small, small flowers in focus

By the way, I see some noise in the last picture, didn't notce; I'll try to denoise without loosing too much detail

Well, what do you think?

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