|Copyright: Emilian Pricop (Emiii)
|Date Taken: 2009-05-31|
|Exposure: f/3.2, 1/160 seconds|
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|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2009-06-12 10:56|
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|Caltha palustris belongs to the Ranunculaceae family. It is native to temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere (Europe including Iceland and Arctic Russia, temperate and Arctic Asia, and North America). It grows in wet, boggy places, such as marshes, fens, ditches and wet woods. It becomes most luxuriant in partial shade, but is rare on peat. In the UK, it is probably one of the most ancient British native plants, surviving the glaciations and flourishing after the last retreat of the ice, in a landscape inundated with glacial meltwaters.|
Caltha palustris is a highly polymorphic species, showing continuous and independent variation in many features.
Pricop I. Emilian, 2009, STUDIUL FLOREI DIN BAZINUL MIJLOCIU AL BISTRIŢEI (JUD. NEAMŢ) IN VEDEREA EVALUARII UTILITATILOR IN FITOTERAPIE ALE UNOR SPECII, UNIVERSITATEA „ALEXANDRU IOAN CUZA” IAŞI FACULTATEA DE BIOLOGIE, SECŢIA BIOLOGIE, specializarea: Biodiversitatea si productivitatea ecosistemelor, lucrare de dizertatie (iunie 2009).
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Interesting nice picture from that flower in his ecosystem. Good composition of the picture, in diagonal ascending. Sharpness, color, contrast and saturation of the colors are quite correct. I think that you can improve that picture with software (mainly working on the sharpness).
Anyway, this is a nice picture, full of natural.
Thank you for that picture.
Have a nice day.
Hope to see you another time on treknature.
All the best.
Intéressante publication mettant bien les sujets en valeur et permettant d'apprécier la finesse des détails et la délicatesse des couleurs.
A bientôt sur TN pour de nouvelles aventures.