If I were doing advertising aimed at irisarians, I
would be sure to have the correct name of the iris in any photo I posted to
an internet iris list. More importantly, I would have the iris in
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Sent: Tuesday, March 04, 2003 4:08
Subject: [iris-photos] Picture from
Microsoft Picture It!
Victoria Falls-growing near a group of lavender wild
phlox-makes a great picture, hope you enjoy.To view the picture,
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