Bird’s-eye Gilia. These are a small wildflower, though not exactly wild in this case as they are grown from wildflower seeds commercially available.

Lancashire NW England

Sony DSC-HX1


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My pictures are taken with a Sony DSC-HX1. What you see is pretty much what comes from the memory card, with maybe a touch of rotation and or cropping.
I probably wouldn’t be taking so many pictures if it weren’t for the camera. It has been worth every penny as it has captured some great memories since I got it in 2009.
Feel free to comment on any of the pictures. I’m all for learning how to improve.

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  • Larry Trupp
    Larry Truppabout 1 year ago

    Very nice capture

  • Jeanette Muhr
    Jeanette Muhrabout 1 year ago

  • Thank you, Jeanette

    – Barrie Woodward

  • Ralph Goldsmith
    Ralph Goldsmithabout 1 year ago

    Beautiful shot. Love the DOF

  • Thank you, Ralph

    – Barrie Woodward

  • 242Digital
    242Digitalabout 1 year ago

    Congratulations for your amazing Artwork featured in Low Angle Photography Group – July 19, 2013

  • Thanks very much

    – Barrie Woodward

  • Evita
    Evitaabout 1 year ago

    Beautiful work !!!

    Click on the link below to view your feature and congratulate your fellow artists
    Blooms (All Seasons Flowers) ~ FEATURE GALLERY ~ July 19th, 2013

  • Thank you, Evita

    – Barrie Woodward

  • Jeanette Muhr
    Jeanette Muhrabout 1 year ago

    Featured: July 19, 2013

  • Thank you again, Jenaette

    – Barrie Woodward

  • paintingsheep
    paintingsheepabout 1 year ago

    Beautiful!! Congratulations on your feature ! Excellent work! Gena

  • Thanks very much

    – Barrie Woodward

  • Carolyn Clark
    Carolyn Clarkabout 1 year ago


  • Thanks, Carolyn

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  • kalaryder
    kalaryderabout 1 year ago


  • Thank you, Kala

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  • MotherNature
    MotherNatureabout 1 year ago

    I guess we don’t have these but I wish we did -so pretty! Congratulations on your feature in Wildflowers of the World – FAVE:>)

  • Thanks for your comment. They are found in the US too, apparently. I only know that as I was searching to try and find out what they actually were and apparently, they are native to the Central Valley and foothills of the Sierra Nevada and Coast Ranges in California.

    – Barrie Woodward

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