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Mick, walking in our woods the other day I saw miniature wild life on this dainty flower :))
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Jul 24 2015 18:21 GMT Papagena
A marvellous flower in a rather special place !! The little insects are lovely Samir !!

I hope you will get lower temperatures soon too !! In my country from tomorrow on they announce cooler days ....at last !!
Jul 24 2015 21:03 GMT Sunny70Blairgowrie
What a lovely flower and photograph. I was so interested in the dark spot in the middle of the flower that I almost missed seeing the bee, down here near where I am typing so to speak.
Jul 24 2015 21:32 GMT MargNZ
A very pretty host to the insects .... nice capture Samir :)
Jul 25 2015 11:53 GMT elsje323
nice flower shot
Jul 27 2015 09:27 GMT bandsix
Obviously an insect magnet.....very pretty pink, too...if I were an insect, that's where I would be!
Jul 27 2015 14:14 GMT kaka2015
Yes I agree with Bandsix hallo :)
Jul 29 2015 20:46 GMT mickmusser
Great wildlife shot. They come in all sizes. The flower is interesting. Looks like a poppy family but I have never seen any in this color.
Jul 30 2015 03:25 GMT hallo
No Mick it's a bush flower grows only in our woods. Beautiful flower but falls into pieces when you cut it.
Jul 30 2015 20:39 GMT larrybenedict
A very interesting and pretty flower with the crinkled petals.
Aug 02 2015 13:42 GMT inna68
a wonderful wildlife shot!!!!!!
Aug 10 2015 20:12 GMT mellie
That is a very pretty flower with interesting crinkled petals.
Aug 11 2015 11:29 GMT annieann PRO
very pretty
Aug 22 2015 06:25 GMT junne PRO
amazing wrinkles in the petals :-)))
Aug 24 2015 09:19 GMT senna3
Nice catch of these "wild" insects!
Aug 25 2015 04:05 GMT mickmusser
I have to agree it has the same papery looking petals as my arrowhead flower.
Aug 25 2015 12:13 GMT senna3
I just learned from a posting of Joan about Japanese anemones, which reminded me of the "Dutch" anamones in our own garden. Since I now am a bit familiar with anamones I think this must be a Jordan anemone.
Aug 25 2015 14:13 GMT hallo
I doubt Peter!

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