|Copyright: Andrea Leuck (aleuck)
|Date Taken: 2007-11-23|
|Categories: Rain Forest|
|Exposure: f/4.1, 1/10 seconds|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2007-12-04 11:25|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note [Portuguese]|
|Description and habitat|
There are about 700 varieties of violets, most of purple color, but there are also to be pink and white (these more rare). There are cultivated varieties and varieties spontaneous (violet wild or violet-of-smell).
The violet-of-smell (viola odorata) is a herbaceous plant and vivaz the family of violaceous, has stalks long rastejantes, rosettes of leaves in the shape of a heart for a very bright green, flowers roxas or white with five petals similar to small orchids .
Grows spontaneous sites in wet and dark, hedgerows and moitas, preferring calcareous soils, a
Almost everywhere in Europe, North America, Russia, India, North Asia, New Zealand and Australia. The love-perfect-wild (viola tricolor) known in French as pensée sauvage, in English pansy, is the same family and has many similar properties.
Very rich in vitamin CeA, glicócidos phenolic (mirosina and violina), flavonoids and mucilagem. The risomas contain saponins and a alcalóide, adorantina. The flowers are essential oil consisting of a blue dye and a compound odorante: the irone.
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Harmoniosa combinação de cores e um ótimo POV superior, resultando numa agradável composição.
Parabéns também pela nota, como sempre, muito elucidativa.
- pith (143)
- [2007-12-13 17:01]
Bela foto e com cores bem definidas.
- [2007-12-18 1:44]