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Primula elatior

Posted by
Johan Dierckx (Wijnegem, Belgium) on 8 April 2010 in Plant & Nature and Portfolio.

Dear friends, blog-followers or ocasional visitors,
I left for a phototrip to Crete. So I'm posting some images from last year (about the same period) for a little while. (No mosses anymore ...)
I'm not giving any further explanation on these images, but the title is the scientific name of the species so for those who are interested - see Google :-)

Please DO comment these images, but I apologize for the delayed answers I hope to catch up again about 18 april. Meanwhile I hope you can enjoy this "older" work!

Image: Ranst (Be) - 03/04/2009

Canon EOS 400D 1/500 second F/4.5 ISO 200 200 mm

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All species are photographed in their natural habitat, without cutting or capturing them, and with maximal respect and the least possible disturbance to the environment.

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Bert from Oudenaarde, Belgium

Hele mooie close-up. Prachtige waziging

8 Apr 2010 9:13am

Florence from Paris, France

Lovely, exquisite spring shot. Love the colors, they "pop" on my screen.

8 Apr 2010 10:40am

Vert Pomme from Montreuil Sous Bois, France

Superbes ces fleurs de champs.

8 Apr 2010 12:32pm

Patricia (✿◠‿◠)❤ from Brecht, Belgium

Schitterend, knap johan
5*

8 Apr 2010 8:16pm

GJC from Kyoto (京都), Japan

Wonderful DOF.

8 Apr 2010 10:15pm

Julie Brown from Indianapolis, United States

Lovely little flowers, hiding in the grass. You are so good at finding the small things most people would just step on!

9 Apr 2010 2:23am

Self-Indulgence from Chicagoland, United States

These seem more delicate, more fragile than the previous ones with the way they bow their heads.

23 Apr 2010 11:46pm

@Self-Indulgence: It is indeed a delicate plant. Hard to capture when there is some wind - continuous on the move :-)

Canon EOS 400D
1/500 second
F/4.5
ISO 200
200 mm

plantae
magnoliophyta
magnoliopsida
primulales
primulaceae
primula
be