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Old Sep 25, 2010, 9:16 PM   #1
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Came across an interesting flower, I liked the color against the sky. No PP, this is straight from the card dump.

Does anybody know what kind of flower this is? I'm not much of a flower expert and have no idea.



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No clue but it sure is cool looking. Nice shot.

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Unusual...and quite pretty. I have not a clue. I like your perspective here. Very cool angle.
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...where is Gary when he is needed?
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...where is Gary when he is needed?
Just got clearance from the cardiologist to get mobile and get in some mild exercise (geeeeez I even hate the word!).

I could be a smart-azz and say, "It's a yellow flower". But, I won't. Don't have a clue, guys. Sure is a pretty one, though!
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Just got clearance from the cardiologist to get mobile and get in some mild exercise (geeeeez I even hate the word!).

I could be a smart-azz and say, "It's a yellow flower". But, I won't. Don't have a clue, guys. Sure is a pretty one, though!
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Gary, whatsup there?
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Google image search to the rescue again: Candlestick tree (cassia alata)
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Google image search to the rescue again: Candlestick tree (cassia alata)

Thanks for the info Martin; I had no idea what the flower was. I've now researched it, and I might have to investigate adding one of those to my flower garden.

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