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Hmm. Boring title, but I guess it says it.

And a separate note for you camera-toting people:

This is my first attempt with a Nikon 1 camera.

These little guys are way more capable and serious

than many people give them credit for. (This photo

was shot wide-open with the kit lens.) Also more

fun than anything else I've ever used. And if you

happen to use a Nikon dslr and don't know what a

FT1 mount adapter is, check out this link. ( :

http://imaging.nikon.com/lineup/acil/lenses/mount_adapter_ft1/

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No daylilies open here yet either Lloyd but pretty soon. I always think of them as the "last day of school " flowers because that's when they seem to bloom, but everything is late this year. Our evening primrose just opened today but sadly no gorgeous rose in the middle like yours.

The first Monardas always seem to pop open on July 4th but they may be late this year too.

Spectacular flower photos guys!

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Our Prickly Pear cacti in bloom this spring.

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A bee on my Verbena bonariensis, pic taken about ten years ago.

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Not a flower, but this tree is HUGE. It's at the edge of the lake by our pier. I love the way it looks at night.

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Stacy said-

No daylilies open here yet either Lloyd but pretty soon. I always think of them as the "last day of school " flowers because that's when they seem to bloom,

I guess School is finally out for summer.

We saw our first Day Lily yesterday.

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This is our first Monarda of the year.

Everything is pretty late all around our area.

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The cactus is cool.

I probably shouldn't assume that it's a cactus.

Up close, things aren't always as they seem.

I don't know what to think about Mike's bug.

One minute I'm looking at it and having all these

"The beauty of nature!" sensations, and then I look away

for a second and when I look again it just creeps me out. :blink:

Nice shot either way!

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