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How To Press A Flower
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- reproductive organ of angiosperm plants especially one having showy or colorful parts
- Induce (a plant) to produce flowers
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After a full Sunday morning at South Coast Botanic Garden, I was on my way out when I saw the branches of a large flowering maple tree shaking. I thought perhaps a child was playing, but it turned out to be a large squirrel snacking on blossoms. He was bold and not particularly disturbed by my presence, so I was able to get fairly close. I cropped the image to give an even closer look. (Zuiko 50mm macro, f/6.3, 1/200 sec., ISO 400, late morning sun, handheld) Not sure how long I'll be online this evening, as today was very stressful.
Click anywhere in the image to see the large view on black (or press "L" to "view in light box" -- same thing).
Pressed Flowers on Birch Bark
I did this a while ago, not sure how to finish it...any ideas?
The NW birch bark is white on one side and tan on the back. I covered the paper mache cone with the white side first. Then wrote on the tan side in black ink. I really wanted to do something different with pressed flowers
originally,...think I will just put it back in the box again.
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