Invasive Weeds

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  1. Streets

    Streets No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Under the macro lens, even the lowly weeds have their upside. Image #1-Wild Onion, #2-Wild Violet, #3-Shamrock, #4-Henbit. Sony A57 with Sony 70-300mm APO G DSC00027.JPG DSC00018.JPG DSC00028.JPG DSC00023.JPG


     
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    Nice set! And informative.
     
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    LarryLomona Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Neat set.
     
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    Nice shots. Just goes to show that even downsides (invasive) can have some upside - beautiful flowers.

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    Love them, very sharp and great color.
     

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