Nature Pic of the Day - 20131227 - Oddball
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December 27, 2013: Oddball
Oddball in Australia
Credit & Copyright: Christine Becker from British Columbia, Canada
Oddball: "Walking through a little wood today, I found this feather soft blossom standing all on its own. An oddball from another world.?

I asked: what is your name? It simply smiled and said: we flowers are not concerned with the labels you people give us. We are just here to give pleasure to the eye of the beholder.

And for all I care, you can call me buttercup."

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2013-12-31 06:11:48
Laura from Brazil about 10years ago said:
Yes Christine, I loved the history of this delicate and wonderful flower....Very soft ....Like Love. : )
Inge from Canada about 10years ago said:
Well done; in every way!
Ali from Tehran about 10years ago said:
Oh my, How nice! What a beautiful encounter Christine, thanks for sharing it!
Someone from Somewhere about 10years ago said:
Looks great, Does it have a smell?
Isabella from Germany about 10years ago said:
That is a strange, but beautiful flower. I like very much the detail.
Christine from Sunshine Coast about 10years ago said:
And thank you David, Betty and Jim. A little acknowledgement goes down well with anyone, yes?
Christine from Sunshine Coast about 10years ago said:
Oh thank you Greg. I had my friends here in a spin, rummaging through their local knowledge. (I'm from the northern hemisphere :) ) Thanks again, it really pleases me.
Greg from QLD, Australia about 10years ago said:
Lovely photo, Christine. We know them as 'Storm Lillies' as they appear usually around the time the pre-Wet Season thunderstorms arrive.
Jim from Nebraska about 10years ago said:
Yes, I like the story too, Christine, and I like the photo even more. Wonderful sharp detail. Great job!
Betty from Canada about 10years ago said:
Oh yes, you'd like it to be a Buttercup! LOL! It's so pretty & delicate. Did someone spill some paint on a Dandelion? LOL! Lovely photo Christine, hugs :):)
David from Maidstone UK about 10years ago said:
Like your little story Christine.
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