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|Taken in the forest near my house.|
These were the last flowers for this year and the last opportunity to take some pictures of these beautiful flowers. In this season the flowering species change very rapidly.
Anemone nemorosa is an early-spring flowering plant in the Genus Anemone in the family Ranunculaceae. Common names include wood anemone, windflower, European thimbleweed and smell fox. They are perennial herbaceous plants, growing in early spring from 5 to 15 cm tall. Plants start blooming soon after the foliage emerges from the ground, with the leaves parted into three segments and the flowers produced in the middle of the foliage on short stems above the foliage with one flower per stem. The plants grow from underground stems called rhizomes. The plants die back down to the root-like rhizomes by mid summer (summer dormant). The rhizomes spread just below the soil surface, forming long spreading clumps that grow quickly, contributing to its rapid spread in woodland conditions, where they often carpet large areas.
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- [2007-06-03 15:08]
Hi Shir. This Is a very good picture of the elegant Anemone. .very good detail and sharp focus. with good colours. A nice POV and DOF.very well done TFS. great notes to.
Wonderful shot of this Wildflower,
Great focusing,lighting and compo,
this flower is so delicate and so noble.
I love the arrangement with the glittering leaves and the other one so soft in the BG.
Sabine - wishngaruda
- [2007-06-04 3:19]
Hi Shir, super composition. I like how the sun is leaving shadows on the petals. Very well displayed, thank you
- [2007-06-04 5:40]
even though these are amoung the last flowers af this species this year, it is nice to see an image of the anemone. The belong to spring and grow in the maybe the best time of the year in forrests.
- [2007-06-04 10:01]
Beautiful anemone. Immaculate sharpness and spot-on focus. Perfect light management and nice colours - looks like gold on white. I like your POV to portray the flower and the precise DOF. Very nicely composed. Kudos.