Shaman in the Bluebell Jungle...
This is an interesting plant, but I have no idea about the ID. I have all I can handle identifying the bugs ;)
Even though your crop has introduced a bit of noise, a great help in the possible ID :)
Merry Christmas & a prosperous New Year!
Hello Jay , A Very nice plant , never seen before , but hi is nice good colours and bg , en thanks for youre mail , haha what a joke , sorry a tried , Greetings Teunie ,And Merry Cristmas and very good New Year ,
- Adanac (21378)
- [2006-12-21 20:29]
Strange looking things growing in Calgary, Sorry can't help you with ID. Crop did make it a bit noisy but it is a good capture of an unusual plant.
I cannot ID this plant.Sorry. But,if you go into my "threads" & get Ori Fragman-Sapir's address he may help you; and, if he cannot "loot" will SURELY find the answer. Sorry for not using your "netscape.ca" e-
mail to respond.
Re: this register. Well framed. Well presented.
Best regards, Mario.
- mamcg (9587)
- [2006-12-25 3:21]
It is a good shot as the main center is not very well lit so it is prefered spot metering, a good DOF that brought most of it in focus, I do appreciate your choice.
quite an unusual plant you have presented here, slightly noisy from tight cropping but with enough details to recognize - but sorry I do not recognize it because never have seen anything like it. Looking forward to see the solution - Drie Koningen is near!
It's a Peony gone to seed. I'm a huge gardener ....ha ha ha
This appears to be a peony.....I think.
I recognize the spent petals, and the
"organs" in the center of the shot.
I liked the BG, not too "noisy" for my
eclectic taste, but adds instead, to the
spent petals, and the central remaining structures, all in a state of "disarray".