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Smyrnium rotundifolium

Posted by
Johan Dierckx (Wijnegem, Belgium) on 19 March 2011 in Plant & Nature and Portfolio.

Series: "Wild flowers of Crete"

Smyrnium rotundifolium is a biennal, aromatic plant with a ridged but not hollow stem. The upper leaves are round and periblastic, making the plant very easy to recognize. The flowers are yellow and arranged in umbels, which have up to 12 rays. It is a typical plant in olive groves, thickets and in dry locations.

Image: Armeni (Crete) - 05/04/2010

Canon EOS 400D 1/100 second F/8.0 ISO 200 150 mm

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sunstone_maria from California, United States

wow .. beautiful so fresh so perfect!!!

19 Mar 2011 5:11am

Shahryar from Isfahan, Iran

what a green :)

19 Mar 2011 8:11am

Aubélia from Kortrijk, Belgium

Prachtige bloem en kleuren! Proficiat!

19 Mar 2011 8:44am

Florence from Paris, France

An exquisite hat for an elegant miss, all dressed in green. Lovely, lovely, lovely.

19 Mar 2011 9:55am

Didier DE ZAN from somewhere, France

Nice macro

19 Mar 2011 11:44am

Olivier from Manage, Belgium

Celle-ci est magnifique!

19 Mar 2011 1:01pm

Julie Brown from Indianapolis, United States

I like the color and interesting structure of this plant.

19 Mar 2011 1:46pm

Don Levesque from Saint John, Canada

I love the colour. Amazing DOF!

19 Mar 2011 2:13pm

Ddo from Verdun, France

Nature is so beautiful on your photoblog !

22 Jul 2011 9:31pm

Canon EOS 400D
1/100 second
F/8.0
ISO 200
150 mm

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