'Amethyst in the Snow'  

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Uploaded: 05/25/18 12:16 AM GMT
'Amethyst in the Snow'
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This is a variety of mountain bluet or perennial cornflower. I found it very striking and it blooms from late spring into early summer and then may re-bloom in the fall. I thought what they named it was very descriptive of it's appearance. My Fx2 for this week.


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05/25/18 12:49 AM GMT
What a beautiful bloom, and it is very striking, you did this so well.
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05/25/18 6:40 AM GMT
Lovely unusual flower...R.
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05/25/18 10:13 AM GMT
Outstanding close up and detail, really like the colours in this and looks 3D in full
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05/25/18 10:29 AM GMT
An apt name indeed, Kathy, because of the warm colored flower in a 'cold environment'.

Lovely Foofy Friday contribution!
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05/25/18 1:24 PM GMT
An unusual flower well captured with sharp details . Good one for f.Friday.
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05/25/18 9:36 PM GMT
An unusual plant...the centre resembles red clover...great sharp shot.
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05/26/18 6:21 PM GMT
The name of this flower is very appropriate Kathy - I see a crown jewel in the center - such a wonderful color - Great Capture!!!!!!!!!
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