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Uploaded: 09/09/21 9:41 PM GMT
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It's their season now through October. This was a very large but pretty one. My foofy for this Friday.


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09/09/21 11:43 PM GMT
The color of the strawflower is so appropriate for the autumn season - nice detail and texture Kathy - Very Nicely Done!!!!!!
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09/10/21 3:33 AM GMT
Hi Kathy! This is a very pretty flower! Great camera work.
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09/10/21 6:49 AM GMT
Excellent work, Kathy. Love it.
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09/10/21 10:42 AM GMT
A 'crackling' (😁) photograph, Kathy. Wonderful however!
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09/10/21 12:28 AM GMT
That is a perfect specimen Kathy, and it is full of warmth :)
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09/11/21 4:44 PM GMT
I had to Google this one, being unfamiliar with it (as I am with a myriad of flowers ;o).

Xerochrysum bracteatum, commonly known as the Golden Everlasting or Strawflower, is a flowering plant in the family Asteraceae native to Australia. Described by �tienne Pierre Ventenat in 1803, it was known as Helichrysum bracteatum for many years before being transferred to a new genus Xerochrysum in 1990. It is an annual up to 1 m (3.3 ft) tall with green or grey leafy foliage. Golden yellow or white flower heads are produced from spring to autumn; their distinctive feature is the papery bracts that resemble petals. The species is widespread, growing in a variety of habitats across the country, from rainforest margins to deserts and subalpine areas. The Golden Everlasting serves as food for various larvae of lepidopterans (butterflies and moths), and adult butterflies, hoverflies, native bees, small beetles, and grasshoppers visit the flower heads. Basically it is a bright and glowing butterfly buffet! Neato!

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09/14/21 1:28 AM GMT
I love the color, and such a good close up! tigs=^..^=
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09/22/21 7:54 PM GMT
Gorgeous close up with fabulous detail and autumn colours
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