Thursday Two Questions Meme - What Do You Think This Is? Contest Giveaway!

For this week I have decided to offer a contest giveaway. If you answer these two questions correctly, you will receive a Sony Holland CD. You will have until May 31st to answer these two questions correctly. Good luck!!!

I will give you a hint. For those that know me, you know I like exotics and macros. Another clue - Australia.

1. What is this?

2. Where would you find this?

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SquirrelQueen said…
That's a great macro but I have no idea. It looks like some sort of plant and the only Australian plant I can think of right off the top of my head is Wattle.

I know I am going to be so far off! Fun giveaway however.
DoanLegacy said…
So details and fuzzy!

1) It's a flower :-), I give!

2) Oh I know, it has to be at your Botanical Garden.
Squirrel, It is from Australia but not the one you mentioned.

Doan, you got the location right :)
Ann said…
how about broad leaf drumsticks?
and I'm sure that it's at the botanical gardens
Ann, you are right that it's at the botanical gardens but not the drumsticks. Keep guessing, you have until the 31st.
Bossy Betty said…
Hummmm...? Bristles from the broom they use at the Garden? An Australian broom? OH! I got it right, didn't I????
Betty, now that is clever and something I never thought of and probably should have done :D They do look like that but no :D It is from the gardens though. I wonder what an Australian broom looks like? LOL!
So far, Ann is the closest, she's on the right track.
Mommy Kerin said…
I have absolutely no idea! But it's a beautiful photo :)
betchai said…
Jo, I do not have idea :( it looks some kind of flower. I cannot cheat, there is no picture-name search in google :(
JamericanSpice said…
Looks like a sea creature.

I think you'd find that somewhere on/under the reef.

But then I could be wrong :)

Stacy Uncorked said…
It looks like a closeup of some fuzzy yellow flower! :)
Self Sagacity said…
1) This is a wonderful macro, such details. I am weak at flower names, so I would never get it right. :-)
2)You can find it in the botanical garden in San Francisco? hehe

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