Muscari

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And as the reply to Larry45: Thanks for the wish. Hope i am not in the risk group - only 40 years old, vaccinated to TBC, B, etc.

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I very much like the atmosphere of this fine picture. What is the mist in the background?
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MarkSturtevant wrote:What is the mist in the background?
It is from backlighted water drops.

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I have a Flowering dogwood that resides in the shadow of a rather large Red maple at the edge of the lawn where it meets the woodland and beneath that dogwood resides a dozen or more of these tiny blue flowers that are called by a number of folks "Grape hyacinth" even though they are not hyacinths technically speaking but as you have noted, Muscari. Beautiful photograph. :D

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Thanks. We have small garden (only few hundreds square meters) with old apple trees, plums, etc. And on the spring it is common to see "single color grass" - carpet of flowers. White - daisies, blue - muscari, violet - some kind of Lamiaceae, maybe Lamium purpureum. In this photo this violet part is on the bottom.

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