Weekly Photo Challenge: Rule of Thirds (II)

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Saturday 21 February, 2015 by Uncle Spike

This week’s second entry from me for the Weekly Photo Challenge is the bud of the flower, and subsequently the fruit, of a small cactus plant here on our farm in southwest Türkiye. 

Hope you enjoy this entry.

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The first entry for this week can be found here: WPC ‘Rule of Thirds’ (I)

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https://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_photo_challenge/rule-of-thirds/

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8 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Rule of Thirds (II)

  1. […] second entry for this week can be found here: WPC ‘Rule of Thirds‘ […]

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  2. […] second entry for this week can be found here: WPC ‘Rule of Thirds‘ […]

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  3. Ladybuggz says:

    I only see these in little plastic pots in my neighbors window!! Pretty!

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  4. lindasblogs says:

    Now that’s the type of unique flower that needs to be isolated. Beautiful!

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  5. lizbert1 says:

    Great pic and spot on for the challenge!

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