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moss and mushrooms ect count too! urm... i was going to upload a photo of rosemary flowers but it`s too large X3
they look like sakura. i`m not really sure though because it doesn`t look like the trees over here, but the flowers are exactly the same
they look so sparkly! thanks for sharing the plants and info! super interesting. i`m a little curious how they evolved like that.I took this pic at work back in August 2014 , that afternoon we had a light dusting of snow around town, (which is a rare occurrence here) as I was moving plants undercover and washing the snow of others to prevent them from freezing and being damaged I stopped get this pic of these snow covered plants that prefer fire over snow anyday!
(They readily release their seed after fire / extreme hot weather events)
In this picture are Australian natives called Xanthorea, or Grass trees, on average each centimetre of their blackened/charred trunks represents around a year of growth!
the last two are picture quality beautiful. how did you get the picture of the bee without it buzzing away?
those are super beautiful! we have some of the yellow flowers here too. those lavender colored bluebells are super pretty, even more interesting with your amazing photo editing!It's me again!
Just got back from shopping, but whilst waiting for the taxi to take me there, I noticed how beautiful the light was whilst looking at the flowers on our front. When I got back, I got snap-happy.
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Don't have a clue what they are; they're growing in bucket of limestone for the central heating.
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Bluebells now looking jaded, but with a bit of photo-majickeriness:
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I should know the name of these cos they're everywhere, but I don't (or can't remember).
Phone pics, btw.
I had to check the exif data for this onehow did you get the picture of the bee without it buzzing away?
i may try to do that when i get a good camera. why not raise the screen brightness before you take photos? that`s what i usually do.I had to check the exif data for this one
I was about a metre away, using a Tamron 70-300 telephoto-with-macro lens on a Nikon 5100d. The photo has been cropped a fair bit, too.
Bees are usually okay around people; they're too busy to get sidetracked and start having tantrums (says a lot about internetters, doesn't it?).
Glad you like the photos.
I was chuffed with today's phone pics as I couldn't see a thing on my screen as I took them.