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See if you can identify the following images. Each image is a real scenario. The first 2 were photos my mom took and asked me to find out what the name of of the objects were. The third photo is a photo of a figurine I had when I was a child, and since I have grown up, I have never been able to figure out what it was called, and nobody I ever described it to ever seemed to know what I was talking about. I thought about it today, and tried searching it and found the answer. Have… Continue

Posted on May 29, 2009 at 10:12am — 7 Comments

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At 6:09am on August 27, 2009, Jene Bryant said…
Hi Chris! Thanks for connecting and I look forward to seeing you here on the network!!
At 11:12am on June 10, 2009, Medhavi said…
That's a simple but a great string though! I made it a bit complicated it seems.
At 10:01am on June 10, 2009, Medhavi said…
Hi Chris,
Being a Botany student I directly used blue florets in image search and blue color.

I realized it is one of the cornflower. I then conducted random search on cornflower and thought it was Syrian cornflower , which is incorrect. (I should have searched a little more).As you mentioned it is a Perennial cornflower.

At 9:18am on June 5, 2009, Medhavi said…
Hi Chris,

Yes, it's perinneal cornflower. Centaurea montana. However it looks very similar to Syrian cornflower Centaurea cyanoides which is annual.

It was fun searching!

Kind Regards,


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