|Copyright: JEAN PAUL (japiey)
|Date Taken: 2007-05-31|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2007-08-01 3:50|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|The Royal Poinciana, Delonix regia|
(family Fabaceae), is a tropical or
subtropical flowering plant. It is also
known by the names Gulmohar, Flamboyant
Tree, Peacock Flower, Flame of the Forest,
and Flame Tree.The tree is named after
Phillipe de Longviliers de Poincy who is
credited for introducing the plant to
the Americas.The Royal Poinciana has been
described as the most colourful tree in
The tree's vivid Red/Orange/Yellow/Lilac
(Puerto Rico) flowers and bright green
foliage in any case make it an exceptionally
Species: D. regia
SHOT AT KAZHAKUTTOM, TRIVANDRUM.
Informations from:WIKIPEDIA:ROYAL POINCIANA
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Hello Jean Paul,
What I like here is the effect from the backlight!
The leaves and flowers really stands out this way, showing a fine palette of contrasting colours...
Well composed presentation!
- pcp (18)
- [2007-08-01 11:14]
wow... Great Backlight with Wonderful Detail and lovly Contrast.
Thats pretty. I like light hitting flowers and leves like this, so pretty!