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Belamcamba chinensis

Blackberry-Lily-in-Polaroid

Belamcamba chinensis or Blackberry Lily is a native plant of North America.    I have a love affair with these lovely vintage frames and cannot stop using them on everything.   This one was a shout out from  Rosie of LeavesnBloomphotography yesterday and can be found at Fuzzimo.

Joining Laura for Macro Friday

Comments

Sarah said…
WOW! That is gorgeous.
Anika said…
I love the frames too!
Shot is pretty-aren't those blooms amazing?!
Carletta said…
A lovely capture! Nice DOF!
Carletta's Captures
Pretty, I too like the frames you are adding.
Pradeepa said…
wow, wow, wow. What a bright colour. You have caputured the flower beautifully.

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