Flowers for Obama

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© Oregon Curly
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UploadedApril 4, 2011
TakenApril 3, 2011
ModelCanon PowerShot G12
Exposure1/60 sec at f/3.5
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length9.784 mm
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They look great from a distance, but get closer and you see it is surrounded by muck and smells like a skunk when you get close…thus the name of skunk cabbage

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  • Betty Maxey

    Betty Maxey   gave props (4 Apr 2011):

    My belly laogh for today!!! LOLOLOLOL !!!!!!

  • Syble Brabham

    Syble Brabham said (4 Apr 2011):

    Great shot...

  • Susan Littlefield

    Susan Littlefield gave props (4 Apr 2011):

    Awww.....that's so sweet!! LOL......only you!!

  • Dunja Kolar

    Dunja Kolar gave props (4 Apr 2011):

    beautiful photo!

  • Richard Knight

    Richard Knight   gave props (5 Apr 2011):

    Amen, brother!

  • Regenia Brabham

    Regenia Brabham gave props (5 Apr 2011):

    LOL!!!!!!!!!!!! A very funny tribute!!!

  • Christopher J Chalk

    Christopher J Chalk gave props (6 Apr 2011):

    LOL, great title Curly!

  • Fred Moskey

    Fred Moskey gave props (8 Apr 2011):

    He deserves every one of them.

  • Suzanne McGeady

    Suzanne McGeady said (8 Apr 2011):

    I have to plead you eat skunk cabbage? Afraid the smell would put me right off!

  • Oregon Curly

    Oregon Curly said (8 Apr 2011):

    Suzanne, people don't eat it, but bears right out of hibernation will quite readily devour the weed. It is actually a pretty plant, the blooms in yellow are about 12 inches tall. They are only found in swampy areas and spread readily and next to impossible to kill off, thank goodness they reside only in watery areas, I'd sure hate to have them in the lawn and have to mow them! ;-)

    Fred, Thanks for the comment ... I agree with you. ;-)

  • Ron LaFond

    Ron LaFond gave props (3 May 2011):

    Hahahaha! Hehehehe! Hahahaha! (taking a breath . . . . . . . . ) Hahahahahaha! :-) R

  • Ron LaFond

    Ron LaFond gave props (3 May 2011):

    This is an interesting group of plants too (ariods - Family Araceae). I have one that smells like my neighbor's trash cans. :-( Cool flower though. From the resident plant nerd. :-) R

  • Oregon Curly

    Oregon Curly said (3 May 2011):

    Thanks Ron. I can personally, and without any equivocation, flatly state they smell like skunks.

    How can I make such a statement?

    Simple. By comparing what my woodshed smells like after trapping a skunk in there when trying to trap a rat, and the aroma wafting from the patch of skunk cabbage. Smells the same out here now, no matter what direction the wind is from.

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