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Flower From A Marshmallow Plant.

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Lens: Canon EF-S 55~250mm STM Lens Camera: Canon EOS Rebel t5. Photo Location: My Backyard ISO: 320 Shutter Speed: 1/500s Aperture: F5.6 

 

Focal Length 250mm, AV Exposure Mode,No Fill Flash with CWA Metering. Actual shutter speed is 1/400s.

My wife tells me that this is a marshmallow plant. Back in the day, this is what marshmallows were made of. I keep telling her I wasn't around, "Back In The Day." smile.png)

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Some more reading about the Althaea officinalis, if anyone is interested.

 

Marshmallows Are Actually Plants, But Not In The Way You're Thinking | HuffPost Life







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