Some kind of flower.

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  1. Parkerman

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    Walked around for a little bit the other day looking for things to take pictures of.. Dunno what kind of flower it is.

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    Its a tad blown out in some spots.. but overall i like it. Opinions?
     
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    Just giving it a little bump to the top..

    Guessing the wildlife/nature doesnt get a whole lot of commenting traffic huh?
     
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    I have no idea what kind of flower that is either but it is an interesting picture. I like the perspective in it but the yellow sticky-upy things (technical term) appear to be a little soft. Other than that I like it!
     
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    This is soooooo pretty! I love the color
     
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    awesome.. got some comments.. Yea.. I really like this shot, I thought it turned out pretty good.

    Thanks for the comments.
     
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    Yeah, great shot.

    If I had to guess as to what it is, I'd say that it looks like some sort of poppy to me. How many leaves does it have, btw?
     

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