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Liza said…
Love this shot. Have a fabulous week.

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Dinah said…
what part of the plant is that? is that the pistil? whatever it is, it sure looks mellow yellow ;-)

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Lina Gustina said…
I guess it's from a hibiscus flower...


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Carletta said…
Love the textured background!
Thanks for your visit. :)
MareeR said…
I have no idea what this piece of plant is. It was just sitting on the boards on our whitebait stand. I dont think there would be any hibiscus in the area.
beautiful thing, is that a feather? Dropping some love for Mellow Yellow Monday, hope that you can return the favor too.

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