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    Why no Wildflower Workshop Photos

    Seems unusual that there are no photos posted for this past workshop. I was looking forward to seeing what wildflowers would show up.

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    Re: Why no Wildflower Workshop Photos

    Quote Originally Posted by ecsh View Post
    Seems unusual that there are no photos posted for this past workshop. I was looking forward to seeing what wildflowers would show up.
    I'll let either Jack or Guy address the workshop however if you're missing wildflowers here's a couple from this past week in and around the Tucson area.


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    Re: Why no Wildflower Workshop Photos

    Wildflowers are amazing this year in Texas.


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    Re: Why no Wildflower Workshop Photos

    Very nice. No real action in the NE as of yet, just plenty of rain. Looking forward to our seasonal display.

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    Re: Why no Wildflower Workshop Photos

    Myrtle now in blossom. E-P2 with Contax G 45mm f/2 Planar

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    Some from around Phoenix. And no these were not made during any kind of workshop, I'm a lone ranger.






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    Re: Why no Wildflower Workshop Photos

    Postponed due to family medical issues. I can't leave town right now. Too many medical procedures for my wife. Let's leave it at that please.
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    Northern Wisconsin --G1 and Oly 50 f/2 ZD macro

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    Re: Why no Wildflower Workshop Photos

    Veronica, Could you ID the flowers in you pic#1? Thanks!

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    Re: Why no Wildflower Workshop Photos

    I think this is Echeveria Setosa, or common name of "Mexican Firecracker":

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    Re: Why no Wildflower Workshop Photos

    Wood Anemone (Anemone nemorosa) from last year. These are very delicate flowers with a delicate fragrance.


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