Do Opposites Attract?

Do opposites attract? How different can two people be? Do these two flowers really belong to the same family?

Leaving the first two questions out of it for the moment, I am bemused by the fact that both these two flowers in my garden are members of the ranunculus family.

Velvet Trap

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This entry was posted in Bemusements, Flowers, Photography.

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