Is it cannabis?
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|Copyright: Natalia Karlovskaya (Natch) (29)|
|Tomada el: 2007-08-27|
|Exposición: f/3.5, 1/60 segundos|
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|Versión de la foto: Versión original, Workshop|
|Fecha enviada: 2007-09-19 9:09|
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|As I am not botanist, I don't know this grass - it is very similar to cannabis, but has only 3 leafs. May be it is some siberian species?|
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- [2007-09-19 13:59]
it seem...you must try to smoke to know....eheheheh
I have to admit that it does not look like cannabis to me, Natalia :D
But the title has certainly intrigued lots of members to take a look.
My suggestion for this posting would be to crop it more tightly from the left to tighten the composition
A fun posting
given the area of the world you are in this is probably a variety of cannabis called Cannabis Ruderalis which is a common weed in Eastern Europe and of course in Russia as well.I did a web search for this plant and that is what it most likely is.If this is growing naturally it is not a plant a drug user would want to use as it won't really get them in the euphoric state they would like as is my understanding,but even so it is an illegal plant worldwide and probably so in Russia.Apart from that you have a nicely detailed shot of it with nice colour,the focus is somewhat soft.I have seen wild cannabis growing here in Canada as well, it is an attractive plant but because of the drug effects not legal to own or cultivate.Do not smoke it however it may not be safe to do so and not legal as well. Bob
definitely cannabis. i believe it only has three leafs because it seems to be in a shady place and didnt develop as it should. in the first stages of growth it only has three leafs... later on it grows to have up to nine or maybe even more. i've only seen up to nine. :D