CACTUS FLOWER (desert flowers ). Photo by joealaska
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Uploaded by: joealaska

Sunday September 1, 2013

PAMPA, TX (Current Weather Conditions)


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Manufacturer: Canon

Model: Canon EOS REBEL T2i

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Flash: Flash did not fire, compulsory flash mode.

Focal Length: 18.0 mm

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4. swreader
5:28 PM GMT on September 07, 2013
I knew (as 36Bravo said) this isn't a cactus flower. We have a similar prickle poppy in Arizona, but the bloom is somewhat different-- and of course it's not called a Texas Prickle Poppy. Ours is Argemone pleiacantha – Southwestern Pricklypoppy
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3. 36Bravo
11:33 AM GMT on September 06, 2013
Actually, Joe, this flower is a Texas prickly poppy (Argemone polyanthemos) which is a common plant found in waste places. I have seen fallow fields pretty much covered with them.
Nice photo series of the Texas High Plains.
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2. osdianna
3:59 AM GMT on September 06, 2013
I hope you don't mind; this is my new computer background.
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1. novembergale
1:47 AM GMT on September 06, 2013
Very pretty!
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