- rbassin (1631)
- [2007-05-16 14:37]
Une belle prise de vue, j'aime bien le contraste entre les fleurs et le fond tout en vert.
Bon cadrage et bon réglage de la profondeur de champ.
- jai_glenny (775)
- [2007-05-16 15:02]
Nice shot. The bluebells have all wilted around here due to the unseasonal heat. I am off to Devon early in the morning so hope to pass some fields that may still hold some treaures. Good work once again
- snaphappy (1948)
- [2007-05-16 15:53]
yes this looks like greater stitchwort A common, rather straggly perennial creeping plant with weak square stems. The un-stalked pointed leaves are narrow and rough on the margins. The flowers (2-3cm) have deeply notched petals and grow in lax clusters.
Greater Stitchwort occurs throughout Britain in woods, hedges and on road sides often on damp or heavy soils.
The easiest way the tell Greater and Lesser Stitchwort apart is by the size of their flowers. The type of soil it grows on also gives a clue.
- hatti52 (1068)
- [2007-05-16 16:11]
Great sharpness and colours
- PaulH (13882)
- [2007-05-17 7:00]
ISO 50 eh? Wish mine went that low...;o)great job here, you did well with the composition and sharpness of focus.
Can't really help you with ID i'm afraid, have seen these around everywhere too but have no idea what they are. Flowers aren't really my field of expertise! A very pretty shot though mate, well done!
- saeedabbasi (5100)
- [2007-05-19 2:47]
Hi Doug ,
very nice shot,
well composed and it has beautiful colours.
BG is great too.
thanks for sharing
- SunToucher (11162)
- [2007-05-19 13:16]
Great work on the composition and DOF. The colors and clarity are great. A pity about the OE parts in the flower, but that is really hard to overcome.