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Re: RE: Corn Harvest?

My photo of CORN HARVEST was one of my earliest photos and leaves a lot to be desired. However, based on a comparison of the two photos, I would say that your photo and my photo are of the same cultivar. The form is similar, ruffling similar, the beards appear identical and the white washing with yellow veining on the falls is identical. The yellows are quite different but considering all the ways color gets changed in the photography, scanning, emailing and viewing on the monitor, I place no consideration there. The form and ruffling on my photo are not as clearly displayed because the photo quality is not near a good as yours. I think you have CORN HARVEST.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, March 31, 2000 2:30 AM
Subject: [iris-photos] RE: Corn Harvest?

The sign next to this flower said Corn Harvest when  I photoed it.  Can anyone confirm that this is what CH looks like?  I thought CH was supposed to look different than this.
Phoenix, AZ
Zone 9 

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