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Tuesday, March 28, 2006

No. 2: And the Answer Is ...

Two friends of mine came through. "The 2 red flowers are anemone," one wrote. And she even sent me the word's etymology:

"Latin, from Greek anemOnE 1 : any of a large genus (Anemone) of the buttercup family having lobed or divided leaves and showy flowers without petals but with conspicuous often colored sepals -- called also windflower."

Now, let's see if they can tell me what these flowers are:

Here is one more photo. I took this photograph out behind the office building where I work. It's a picture of a birdhouse.

Directly behind the office there is a small stand of trees separating our concrete pipe plant from the asphalt plant next door. In that stand of trees and the small patch of grass directly to the rear of our office building, one of my co-workers set out several bird feeders. Throughout the year, she maintains these bird feeders, enjoying the many varieties of birds that come to enjoy a meal.

Here's the birdhouse:

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