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Flor de Jaboticaba


Flor de Jaboticaba
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Copyright: Paulo Sousa (Paulosousa) (6897)
Genre: Plants
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2004-07-25
Categories: Flowers
Exposure: f/5.6, 1/60 seconds
Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2004-10-27 14:34
Viewed: 5775
Points: 8
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Well,Paulo.These is a truly beautiful tree,obviously tropical with the flowers coming from the trunk and branches.You have done well to successfully get this with all its whites,especially with bright sunlight.This takes some skill.
Please tell us more about your subject though. What is it,and where? Also,how did you take this shot.This information would be especially useful to me as I try to take this type of picture a lot. Thanks for posting this one.I would like to see more of your Brazilian forest plants and animals.Be careful out there though. Steve

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  • Robbrown Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1184 W: 88 N: 2160] (6106)
  • [2004-10-27 16:43]

Welcome to TN Paulo an intresting 1st image.
But what you do need to consider for this and future posting to TN is that NOTES about the subect you post as an image, and about where and how you achieved the shot and any post work you did to it to prepare it for posting here.There are a lot of good examples already on the site and most people are very approachable for help both in how to write and research the notes and answer your identification questions if you are stuck.Also the notes do not have to be in English most of the people hear are happy using translators to get the information.
Be warned lack of informative notes is now a reason for images to be removed from TN.
Yours Robert Brown (TN moderator)

Benvindo, Paulo!
Estarei olhando pelas próximas... pessoalmente não me lembrava da flor de jaboticaba...
Abraço!
Carmem

Bela perspectiva. Que tal fotografar as jaboticabas depois? Penso que também daria uma excelente foto.

hello:) I like watching first post:) becoz I see how this 1st post is different:) Paulo I like it also:)

rgs

Malgosia

Olá,
Muito bem a tua primeira foto ....... grande evolução! Achei muito curioso uma vez que nunca tinha visto nada igual!
Thanks Ana:)

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