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Copyright: Per Lindqvist (perlindqvist) (32)
Genre: Plants
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 1988-07
Categories: Flowers
Camera: Minolta 7000, Kodachrome 64, Polarization filter
Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2005-09-06 14:57
Viewed: 4513
Points: 4
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Thanx for the help with the name of the plant!

//I have forgotten the name of this plant, but I like it. So I share it and se if someone knows.
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Hi Per, this is an Aquilegia.
I like this flower so much and I have many of them in my garden. But yours is so special. Pretty colours, I don't have this one, what a pity. Wonderful light and good background, nothing is disturbing. Also good DOF, I like it, thanks
Sabine - wishnugaruda

Maybe it is an Aquilega/ Columbine/ grannies bonnet. They do grow as wild flowers, and also in gardens. Lovely colours.

Beautiful! I love the contrast between the bright, vivid yellow and orange of the flower and the dark blue-black of the BG! The sharpness is great, the subject lovely... I do kind of wish left flower wasn't cut off, but it certainly doesn't ruin the capture! Good work! -Laurita

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