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White flower growing in the wild under a maple tree.


North edge of a clearing in the woods. Mostly Maple trees -- Some Pine, Cherry, and others too.


Sorry about the last shot -- iphone really likes to focus on the light part of image even if it's in the background.

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TKBotting 9 years ago

Thank Livian, I will take a peek at the link and see if I can narrow it down. The blue tinge could be a side affect of me attempting to correct an underexposed photo from my iPhone.

LivanEscudero 9 years ago

We'll I'm fairly certain it's a species of Aquilegia. There are so many varieties, and I'm no expert. I'm thinking because of the slight blue tinge and the leaf shape it may be a pale version or hybrid of Aquilegia flabellata (Fan Columbine).

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