2012-09-11

Flockblommig mackro - Apiaceae macro

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Flockblommig antar jag, men vilken?
  Apiaceae I guess, but wich one?

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21 comments:

  1. So beautiful and feathery!

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  2. I love the delicacy of this!

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  3. is this a shrub or tree? It's really sweet and well photographed...

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  4. En riktig söt blomma, vad roligt att få bidra med några foton vi får se vad ni andra tycker.

    Ha en bra dag!

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  5. What a lovely colors
    What a great little flower ;o)

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  6. Oh how beautiful! Thank you again for this lovely meme!

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  7. Nearing the end of the season, isn't it. Some flowers do make as wonderful of photos after they've gone to seed as when they petal.

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  8. Such a delicate flowering tree. I love this.

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  9. Beautiful photograph, fantastic flowers, such views are very joy. I am greeting

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  10. Beautiful colors, I love those flowers brilliantly captured. Greetings.

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  11. I love the contrasts in your pic -sharp and blurry edges, feathery strokes - beautiful!

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  12. So beautiful shot! I wonder what are those appendage structures are, because other parts don't have it. May i know what is your lens info in taking this? Thank you!

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  13. A very gorgeous macro.

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  14. Re the flower macro on my blog. It all belongs to the same flower. It is one of the weeds you find everywhere. Just very much close up. The seeds are only 2-3 mm in size. Quite tricky to catch actually. :)

    Thanks everyone.

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  15. i couldn't seem to stop looking at this photo--it's gorgeous! the colors are beautiful. well done!

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  16. What an interesting picture!!
    Apiaceae?
    The family is very large, includes more than 3,700 species spread across 434 genera.
    Just take your pick:)
    Thank you for sharing,
    Gisela.

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  17. thanks for nice comments. :)

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