Thank you for showing these popular Sweet peas. Where I lived it was much too hot for them to grow, but in Johannesburg they appear in every garden...
I must admit I did not know,they were rare and protected in Europe!
I like you showing blooms in different stages of flowering.
I was surprised to read in your interesting notes that they are eaten.
Have a good week-end
Warm Greetings from South Africa
I hope you frame this picture and hang it in your lounge!
Absolutely fantastic! Thank you for showing it on TrekNature, and I add it to my favorites.
The way it glares down, the animal neither likes the hyena nor your car!
Enjoy working on your photos
Have a nice week-end, Warm Greetings
for showing on TrekNature this interesting ""action photo"".
I do like photos which tell a story, and yours definetely does!
The brillant yellow is beautiful - not often to be seen here in Africa in nature.
Nice natural colours make it a pleasure to view your photo.
İyi akşamlar šok sevgili, Volkan
Dearest Friend Bayram
I am delighted to read the beautiful couple to be photographed at Ceyhan. I had seen so many disaster predictions in connection with the pipe-lines... Obviously flora must be there, in order to find the butterflies...
The striped pattern must have made it very difficult to focus and measure exposure!
Thank you for showing this great image.
Have a nice evening
Greetings from a very hot South Africa
Meine liebste Freundin Anne,
Du bist tatsńchlich wie ein Wirbelwind ins Wallis und wieder zurueck mit einem wunderschoenen Photo, dessen Farben mich an alte Tapestry erinnern! Wunderschoen!
Deine sehr interessanten notes haben mich gelehrt, dass die Nadeln abfallen - was auch meinem Bonsai passierte...
Google : Moosalp: where one of the best mountain restaurants in Switzerland is to be found... - habe auch ueber suonen gelernt
Dein kuenstlerisches Auge hat den Baum in eine perfekte Situation plaziert.
Die schwache Nachmittags Sonne erhellt richtig die Farben.
Das dunkle gruen im rechten Vordergrund untermalt den fruehen Herbst nebel.
Wunderschoenes Bild: Danke schoen, dass Du Dir die Muehe gemacht hast es in TrekNatur zu zeigen.
The gorgous evening sun at 18:30 in Tunisia gives this little Shrike a Silver sheen!
Usually I am not a great lover of frames - but in this case - you actually enhanced the silvery atmosphere.
You chose a difficult bird to photograph: the black markings in the face make exposure ALWAYS a hazard, particularly with such pale coloured feathers!
With your usual aplomb you produced an image which is absolutely beautiful! Congratulations.
Enjoy your evening, I see on the International weather maps that temperatures in your part of the world have plummeted.
Ciao amico Silvio,
Impressive photo of Silpha olivieri.
Did you use the flash?
Sharp focus combined with the natural autumn colours of the grass make it a fine document to view.
Amore e abbraccio
Have a nice afternoon
Sorry for neglecting your portfolio. Was moving house and had to attend to 170 boxes. At the new location my Internet Connection keeps disappearing...
Thank you for showing on TrekNature this well known medicinal plant, Sambucus ebulus .
The perfect focus and colours render your photo into a 3D image!
Have a nice evening
amor i una abrašada
Sorry to neglect your portfolio for such a long time: moved house and had to take care of 170 boxes; then my Internet connection comes and goes...
The Balkan whip snake terrifies me - as do all snakes.
I read, this one is harmless to humans - but I always wonder - if they read the same books as I do :-))
The photo is really a great document of Animal Behaviour! Thanks for showing it on TrekNature.
As you knw I am fanatic about natural colours, and your work is just perfect! Congratulations!
I like the way you controlled the depth of field!
Have a nice day
Greetings from South Africa
Welcome to TrekNature, I hope you will enjoy your membership! I have had a ball since ever I joined...
Your first photo is a revelation of your feelings for nature - and the natural colours are gorgeous!
Every little feather is sharp, and the dead branch, on which this sunbird sits, adds interest.
Thank you for showing this beauty on TrekNature.
Have a nice day
Greetings from Tzaneen Dam