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  • rummuser Mar 4, 2009

    I suspect that they will be some kind of grass, just like wheat, rice etc. The feather like structure enables them to fly off and find new places to go to seed and grow. Lovely photograph.

  • rummuser Mar 4, 2009

    Commentluv does not seem to be working Mike! I however see that it has popped up for this comment.

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  • Vered - MomGrind Mar 4, 2009

    It's a beautiful photo, Mike. I love the (natural) lighting.

  • Mike Mar 5, 2009

    Ramana – I, too, think it is some kind of grass, but, whatever it is, it's a wild variety.

    I think Commentluv may have been down because I may have been in the process of upgrading some themes when you were commenting — or it could have been something on the commentluv side of things. Seems to be working now.

    Vered – Thanks!

  • Jannie Funster Mar 6, 2009

    So cute and fuzzy – I'm not sure what kind it is either – but I think the answer to that may be blowing in the wind.

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  • Mike Mar 7, 2009

    Jannie – I agree with that. (blowing in the wind)

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