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Monday, April 27, 2015

Night Macro


Joining Macro Monday 2 and i heart macro

I snapped this on a late night run to the pharmacy. I have no idea what this is called. Does anyone know the name of this flower?

19 comments:

  1. Hi Joyful, I don't know the name of the flower, but it's a neat shot. I'll bet someone out there in the blogosphere will tell us the name. Have a great week ahead!

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  2. Joyful, I too do not know this flower. We do not have this in my place. This is very unique.

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  3. I don't know what it is, but it is green! That must make it a rare and exotic one. Lovely macro.I d

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  4. I think it might be a hellebore.it is sure pretty!

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  5. So unusual!! I'm glad you found me so I could find you! :)

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  6. This is called a Christmas Rose or Hellebore. They normally range from creamy white to light pink. They bloom all winter and are such a unique flower. I love them.

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  7. This is so beautiful, especially with the lights in the distance. Well done! Thanks so much for sharing the love up-close with I Heart Macro ♥

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  8. it is a lovely macro image. I have no idea what type of flower it is though.

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  9. Great shot! I call it a Lenten Rose and I think it's a hellebore, too.

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  10. I agree with those who called it a hellebore. Very pretty shot!

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  11. Thank you to all of you who correctly identified the flower, a Hellebore , also known as Christmas Rose or Lenten Rose. Where I took the photo there are other colours of the same flower (white and purple). It is good to know the name of this plant as I don't think I've seen it anywhere except this one patch of garden on a busy thoroughfare.

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  12. Great macro image, with those pretty lights in the distance!

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  13. Lovely shot! I think it's a hellebore (Christmas rose).

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  14. A beautiful flower! And a great shot!

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  15. Very interesting and gorgeous perspective! I think Gunilla above is correct, it may be a Hellebore.

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  16. I've never seen the flower before. Interesting that it is all green. (Sorry I'm so behind in commenting on your blog. My life got to busy to keep up for awhile there!)

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  17. You've choosen a interesting perspective for that little beauty!!! I like the reflections of light in the background :)
    Enjoy a wonderful day and dance into the May :)

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  18. I don't know the name of the flower. But it sure is beautiful!

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