Thursday, 22 September 2011

Paper Daisies


I found even more paper daisies there this time.

11 comments:

  1. Yep, J Bar is right they are pretty.

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  2. une magnifique profondeur de champ sur la première
    ravo

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  3. "English" daisies don't 'ball' up quite as much ... do they?

    These are very lovely. That first shot particularly ...

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  4. We have daisies, but they are small flowers:)I love your paper ones!

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  5. I'm not sure I've seen these before. Lovely shots!

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  6. We used to call these Everlastings.

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  7. Reminds me of flannel flowers, but I suppose these are smaller.

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  8. The daisies look partically attractive in your close-up photo.

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  9. These daisies a quite unlike traditional daisies. They have dry papery petals. And as Rosemary says are also known as everlasting daisies because they dry quite readily and last forever.

    As Julie says these are more "ball" like because of the multiple rows of petals.

    These ones were a bit grimy because they have recently graded the dirt round out to the Glen and dust had settled on them.

    Winam, I guess being daisy like they have similarities with Flannel flowers. I am looking forward to flannel flowers coming out ... there were some buds but none out during this trip.

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  10. The best place to see masses of wildflowers is the West. Just masses and masses of these daisies and others.

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