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Where are these golden waves? color unaltered!Clue: it is part of a plant, but not the flower part of the plant!
MarieJo, a passionate self-taught photographer
it is from a plant?
yes …. I fear, it is too easy again!
Color? What is color? I always thought your ‘English’ was good until now……………….lol
each time when I type ‘colour’ Bill Gates underlines it in red … lol !
you should be able to set the computer dictionary to UK English, which, of course, is real English……….lol
I thought it was RedBubble English: they have their own dictionary, no? Does it let you write ‘colour’ without a red line?
It is a piece of corn husk?
no, but I must look up what is corn husk ;)
oh, I understand! still no!
If you ignore the red line, it will not show up after you post the comment.
Is it a flower petal? A lily bud?
lol… about the red line, do you ignore that I am supposed to be a computer specialist? ;-)not a flower petal, no lily bud either!
oh, it’s Ingrid, I thought Misfits was teasing me! ;-)
I did not know you were a computer specialist. Now I do. I still don’t know what your picture is, though.
Is it hard? soft? dry? moist?
not hard, not really soft, between dry and moist ! … lol, it was never so difficult to answer correctly!
Part of a flower?
here again, I hesitate! – could you ask a more specific question, please?Here I have to say: no!
is it a sepal of a daffodil? The part that covers the bud and sits there uselessly going brown and crispy after the flower open?
you have explained that very well, so I can say NO without any hesitation!
Is it the sepal of any other flower?
no! it is part of a plant, but not on the flower part!
Is it a leaf? A root? Is it edible?
a leaf, not edible