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Dogwood Flower Editor's Pick   Dogwood Flower
Dogwood Flower
The Dogwood tree produces both flowers and berries, but neither is exactly what it seems to be. The berries are edible only to birds and small creatures, and are not actually berries at all, but drupes, a fruit more similar to an apricot or cherry. The majority of each blossom is actually a modified leaf, or bracht, which forms the outer perimeter of the true flowers, the small green, red and yellow blossoms in the inmost interior of each "blossom."
f/16.0 1/2500 -0.67 ISO 3200
Canon 55-250mm at 250.0

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Canon EOS 7D Digit...
Robert R. Goodman
BetterPhoto Member Since: 3/23/2006
    Hi Susan,Stunning capture my friend!!!

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5/1/2013 6:06:16 AM

Susan Williams
BetterPhoto Member Since: 6/11/2004
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Thank you, Bobby. You may be the only one who likes it, my good friend. :)

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5/2/2013 9:44:37 PM

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