Spiraea salicifolia L.
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|It is a rosaceous plant and a tree low like 1-2m. It is a flower of the pale pink when becoming full-bloomed. |
It clusters in a damp meadow, a lot of rose-pink flowers are put forth to a conic anthotaxy in June - August, and it sees it like the ear. Be for the anthotaxy to stand upright and the feature to attach like the ear. It is a distributed rosaceous fallen leaf bush in cold zone of Asia and Europe. It is distributed in Japan isolating it to Nikko or Kirigamine besides Hokkaido. It is nominated for the threatened species now.
It is called "Hozakishiotsuke" in Japan though it is "Spiraea salicifolia L." in the science name.
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- [2011-03-06 1:24]
lively capture of the flowers. The colours are lovely and its softness is well seen.
You have composed it so well in a repetition view.
Nice blurry background too.
Beautiful photo with excellent composition and wonderful lighting.
a very beautiful picture, very good sharpness and splendid natural colours, a very pleasant vertical composition with a perfect balance between FG and BG
excellent and artistic photo of this flower. Amazing colours. Perfect point of view.
Thanks for sharing.
- [2011-03-12 10:33]
Beautiful presentation of this Spiraea salicifolia L.
Fantastic colorful BG, fine details, excellent sharpness and splendid colors.
Have a nice weekend,