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November 11, 2011: Lunaria
Lunaria seed pods in BC, Canada.
Credit & Copyright: Betty Reese from Cowichan Bay, BC, Canada
Lunaria: "The seed pods of the Lunaria look like pearly discs."

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2011-11-12 21:55:42
Laura from Brasil about 6years ago said:
So delicate...
Inge from Hamilton about 6years ago said:
Yes, like shimmering Mother of Pearl and the reason why Lunaria is called the "Money Plant" and also "Silver Dollars". In the Netherlands it is known as Judaspenning, an allusion to the 30 pieces of silver.
Christine from Australia about 6years ago said:
The artistic eye of a good photographer, also sees great beauty in what once was colourful loveliness. There is no sting in ageing. Nature is always at her very best. Great picture Betty.
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