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Woody Nightshade

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Woody Nightshade
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Woody Nightshade is the most common of the Nightshade family.
The flowers are clusters of purple flowers, each with five petals and a golden cone (anthers) in the centre of each.
The flowers are about 15 mm across.
The flowers are followed by glossy, oval berries which start green, turning to yellow and red when ripe.
The berries are very poisonous.
This plant is also a source of a drug used for skin diseases and chest problems

Catch up as soon as I can, I have reception photos left of my wedding shoot
I had to stop a couple days to take a break, was starting to get my migraines


Entered Monthly Theme

Used close up 10 macro filter

Uploaded on 8/26/2010 11:14:26 PM

Made with Canon EOS Digital Rebel XTi (400D/Kiss X) Digital SLR Camera

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