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  1. I took this image in California back in 2006. I probably never uploaded it because I couldn’t ID it. Yesterday, I spent a lot of time researching and still couldn’t nail it down. There’s not many palms with such stocky trunks, but those I found had the wrong leaf or frond pattern. Looking at palms on Alamy, it seems hardly anyone identifies palms other than maybe “tropical palm”. They probably ran into the same brick wall I did. I wish I’d taken the whole view of this tree, but I think I remember I couldn’t back up far enough, and didn’t want to walk back to the car to change lenses since I was there to shoot birds. This would have been a grab shot. Anybody have a clue? California, USA?
  2. Hi guys, looking for help from @John Richmond or another one of you plant geniuses. I took this photo of what I'm thinking are rose bushes they are a reddish pink with white centers so maybe not roses? Though the buds and the shape of the opening flowers certainly look like roses to me, as opposed to say some sort of peony. Taken in the spring in Annapolis, Maryland, USA, (on the grounds of the Naval Academy I believe). Any help you can provide much appreciated. Thanks! It will be 2AED59H when it goes on sale. I just added a tentative caption.
  3. Hello everybody ! Does somebody know the name of this Mexican food? It can be biscuits or bread. Have a nice day. Young
  4. I just visited the fujix-forum, and saw a video about Google Lens. It is an app that comes on a lot of the android phones, I believe through Google photos, but is available for download and use on iPhones also. I assume it could be downloaded to iPad? Unsure. Anyway, in action, if you have a good photo of an insect, a plant or a dog, the app will identify it or give you several similar options to investigate. In the video, it identified plants, bugs and a labradoodle was in a 3 option suggestion. Might be worth having. I would want to see if it can be downloaded to my iMac, where I work. It doesn’t do that well with rare seldom seen insects. Anyway, I think sometimes for me I’d like something to give me at least a place to start investigating. I think anyone using it for stock should verify, for sure. Betty https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Google_Lens
  5. Hi, I'm having some trouble identifying some flowers in a botanical garden that weren't labelled. Any advice on species or common name would be much appreciated! The next one is presumably some sort of hybrid of the red one above:
  6. Hoping someone may be able to identify this type of caterpillar ! It was taken in Western Hungary and the closest similar looking type on the internet seems to be the Pine Processionary ... and there are many pine trees in the vicinity ! Thanks in advance !
  7. Can any of you clever birdy people out there identify this critter for me please. If it helps, he/she resides at Cotswold Falconry Centre. Thanks, Krys
  8. Can anyone please name this sea/river/canal marker? (the triangle on the concrete post
  9. Whilst wandering around an old, derelict furniture workshop, I came across a curious machine, rusting away outside. I'm not sure if it has anything to do with the aforementioned furniture workshop, or whether it was simply dumped there and abandoned. I took several photographs and have uploaded them, but not as yet tagged them and so they're not on sale. I'm not sure I want them on sale as they are, they're kinda close ups that don't show that much detail....I was feeling all 'arty' on that day! As I understand, once they go on sale, they are more troublesome to delete should I need to update them....which I am thinking I might do. The last image shows a label with the brand name 'Calder' - I have tried to search for this but have had no luck. The furniture workshop has the name 'John Barnard Furniture' on the front - I gather he is quite famous in the bespoke furniture design department, but seems to have stopped recently. If anyone can shed any light on what this curious machine is, I would be extremely grateful. Cheers
  10. Hi all, Can anyone identify these for me? I have searched online and I think I have got some of them by checking other images online but correct/exact identification would be great! I'm not sure if the aircraft are all the same, but I have them as L-4 Grasshoppers and Piper J-3 cubs. Thanks!
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