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MHajduk



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Echium vulgare — known by common names as "viper's bugloss" and "blueweed". General views and closeups of the chosen details.

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Post 20 Jun 2016, 17:02
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YONG



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Echium vulgare is definitely a beautiful species. Its sepals (the base structures of the flowers) give me an intriguing feel. Nice photos.

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Post 21 Jun 2016, 02:38
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MHajduk



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Rudbeckia hirta, known by the common name "black-eyed-susan".

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Post 26 Jun 2016, 17:04
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Delphinium elatum, commonly called "alpine delphinium" or "candle larkspur".

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Post 26 Jun 2016, 17:35
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MHajduk



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Aegean wallflower (Erysimum cheiri / Cheiranthus cheiri).

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A closeup shot of the flowers and flower buds

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Post 26 Jun 2016, 18:39
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MHajduk



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Hemerocallis fulva, commonly called "orange day-lily".

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A closeup shot of the flower stamens

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YONG



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The black-eyed-susan is quite eye-catching. Nice photos.

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Enko



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Mar del plata sunset panorama.
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Post 27 Jun 2016, 14:29
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YONG



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Wow! The wisteria clouds on the right side of the panorama photo are truly beautiful.

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Post 28 Jun 2016, 13:00
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Enko



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Oh! this one is awesome!
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shoorick



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MHajduk wrote:
A closeup shot of the flower stamens

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he-he Smile

scrolling up from the bottom of the page I met firstly alien yellow frozen eagles who were sitting on the sticks on the mistic orange background, and only then I learn there is just a macro shot of the flower inner part Shocked

very nice! Wink

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YONG



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shoorick wrote:
scrolling up from the bottom of the page I met firstly alien yellow frozen eagles who were sitting on the sticks on the mistic orange background
Haha ... Bro, your imagination is beyond limits!

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MHajduk



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shoorick wrote:
scrolling up from the bottom of the page I met firstly alien yellow frozen eagles who were sitting on the sticks on the mistic orange background, and only then I learn there is just a macro shot of the flower inner part Shocked
Yes, I have seen the same and it's the main reason I have posted here an enlarged part of the orange day-lily flower. Smile

I have thought that the stamens of that flower could be also compared to cobras' heads. Wink
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Enko



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MHajduk wrote:


I have thought that the stamens of that flower could be also compared to cobras' heads. Wink

Scorpion Tails? Laughing Cool
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MHajduk



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Enko wrote:
MHajduk wrote:


I have thought that the stamens of that flower could be also compared to cobras' heads. Wink

Scorpion Tails? Laughing Cool
Yeah, that's an interesting idea too. Very Happy
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I am taking pictures daily almost. None of my panoramas have been too great, but I'm working on it. Also playing a little with time lapse app.

Shared Album:

https://goo.gl/photos/rjosoPVz4kycR4pw6

(I think the high res originals can be downloaded?)

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Post 29 Jun 2016, 18:23
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MHajduk



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bitRAKE
your photos have that "something", a kind of climate that provokes to wonder about those pictures. I see there harmonized composition and good light.

I liked especially the image with flowers from the Asteraceae family, the next showing a plant from the Araceae (?) family with orange flowers and the landscape presenting a rocky seashore. Smile
Post 29 Jun 2016, 20:04
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MHajduk



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Tettigonia viridissima, the Great Green Bush-Cricket sitting on the leaf of the orange day-lily.

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