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African Daisy with an itch needing to be scratched.
(Or a scratch needing to be itched?)
Either way...it's clearly wanting a little something (grin)
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Nice. Wonder how this would look taken with a fisheye lens?
 
Amazing!! The Mother Nature always give us the most beautiful flowers!
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Beautiful! I need to look for this now that I know the official name. I was told it was called a Spoon flower because the little petals look like spoons. :-)
 
GYÖNYÖRŰ EZ A VIRÁG,TETSZIK AZ ÉLÉNK LILA SZÍNE.
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So pretty! It reminds me of a beautiful lady, I feel like she should come alive! :-)
 
Realy cool flower and a very good shot of it! Nice work!
 
es hermosa la naturaleza es maravillosa
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beautiful symmetry and color.
 
oooooooo - pretty but I want to see the rest of the petals on the left and right.
 
purplish dreamy flower ,soeffulgent and fascinating prettiness.
 
Now that is a focal point mate
 
A wonderful choice of words and thank you for your choice of beautiful flower ...Full Amir
 
Wow, beautiful color and very wild looking flower! Kinda like a punk style flower.. lol
 
awsome flower and cool colors!!!!!!
 
I can't decide what I like more, your photographs or what you write about them. Amazing +Alan Shapiro :)
 
All Flowers Are Just Divas, Attention Seekers, Flirting and Suducing Bees And They Do It So Well ...Coy Daisy Very Pretty Picture
 
i remember times i in my village at i still stupid child,,,,so cute
 
it looks fantastic!
 
i remember times i in my village at i still stupid child,,,,so cute,,,,hiks,,,,
 
weirdos u lot are its a flower
wow lol
 
How can we not believe in a high-minded and all knowing Creator when we look at something as delicate and intricately designed as this flower. Each petal perfectly placed. The colors flowing into the shades and degrees of light and dark. It knows how to live and die well. How can that be the product of a process that took millions of years. If this was a product of evolution then it wouldn't need the beauty.
 
Where's the minus 1 button for +Kelline Pickett . That flower looks like that because it has adapted to the environment. It's colorful so it attracts critters/bugs to pollinate it.
 
+Kelline Pickett There is a higher power, its called evolution and it has had a lot more effect on this planet than your imaginary friend has and hasn't started any wars or had any people killed in its name. If you really believe in God then how can you look at something as beautiful as this flower and not see it tarnished by the blood that has been spilled (and continues to be spilled) as a direct result of Him.
 
+Daniel Simpson it's a matter of an evolutionist's opinion to a spiritualist's opinion. There's no need to be rude and contrary. I respect your opinion about it, now try to respect mine.
 
o nice pic.........................
 
Don't ask a question if you don't want an answer.
 
This is really nice. You have to be living next to a zoo to get all of these amazing creatures and fauna. :-)
 
+Christopher Reilly your statement sounds manufactured out of some vague knowledge of the words "Holy War." It's a beautiful flower. As a spiritualist, this is my belief. As an evolutionist, that is yours. It's rude remarks towards others with a faith and belief other than your own that starts wars and sheds blood. You're the only one making something ugly out of something so beautiful. Congratulations. I'm sure it's quite the victory for one such as yourself. Shall we all clap for you?
 
WOW THATS COO BUT WIERD AT THE SAME TIME TOO LOL
 
it's like something constructed in a spirograph. stunning and beautiful
 
amazing , it's very beautiful
 
Great picture! Thanks for sharing.
 
Lovely african daisy, so nice
 
crop cropped the beauty! x-(
 
+Kelline Pickett You misunderstand why they're saying the things they are. In your post you've essentially insulted hundreds of years of research, knowledge, and understanding that is not only true but also has lead to the betterment of society.

Take a look again at what you've said:

"How can we not believe in a high-minded and all knowing Creator when we look at something as delicate and intricately designed as this flower. Each petal perfectly placed. The colors flowing into the shades and degrees of light and dark. It knows how to live and die well. How can that be the product of a process that took millions of years. If this was a product of evolution then it wouldn't need the beauty."

How is this not insulting? You are the one that caused such "rude" comments.

If your goal was to say that the beauty of the flower only strengthens your belief in god, why not just say so? Why did you have to put down people who believe in evolution or don't believe in god?
 
WOW that is amazing :0 :)
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mashallah wowwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww
 
nature and beauty who likes man.Man are fan of lots of woman.
 
wow... sometimes you just got to stop and smell the roses???
 
bella, peccato per il taglio laterale...
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Thanks for sharing that beauty. I love it.
Hamda E
 
the color is so divine
 
Looks like spoons going into cereal
 
What a neat flower. . .does it grow naturally like that?
 
It looks like it could scratch right back in a most satisfying way...
 
Drew this pic about 6 yrs ago.. beautiful
 
.bright colors, pulsating beam gammas ...point in time creates a brilliance ..
 
that is very interesting. THAT DOESN'T HAPPEN IN NATURE!!!!!!!
 
i love this flower , purple is my third favorite color in the whole world .
 
What is that? A flower? Never seen one of those before. Thanks for sharing.
 
Looks like something you would see.... in Wonderland
 
wow a real flower? Cool!!!
 
it is nice............... wat is name of the flower
 
its absolutely beautiful!!! whats it called? i have to know!
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It's so nice. I know that to take a good picture of a flower needs the intensity of labor. I love flowers. Thank you.
 
I like this flower,is special.
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