|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
As the end of the year is coming, it's time to look back to the past - all the good and bad things happened in this year, and I found 2019 a really fruitful year. Like the fruit on the photo, a big berry of Evergreen dogwood (Cornus capitata Wall ex Roxb.), a bushy evergreen / semi-evergreen tree or shrub native to the lower slopes of the Himalayas in India and China. I photographed it in the Fota Arboretum - as this part of Ireland belongs to Plant Hardiness Zone 9, most subtropical plants survive our winters without any problems.
Photo: shot in a cloudy day, with ISO 250, f/4, 1/40 sec. in manual exposure mode and with manual white balance. PP: moderate cropping, re-sharpening after re-sizing.
Thanks for looking.
PS: this is the debut of Cornus capitata on TrekNature.
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- [2019-12-25 13:11]
Hi Laszlo,i'm happy to knoe that this year was very good for you,good for me too,i will be satisfacted to reply this year in the next,for me is enough...ehehe...wonderful capture of the fruit of evergreen dogwood,i never seen before and look like a strawberry,very perfect details and bright colors too. All the best to you and your family and thanks,Luciano
Ciao Laslo, great macro of beautiful fruit, fine details, splendid sharpness and wonderful bright colors, very well done, my friend, ciao Silvio
I haven't seen this species before. Well captured. Like bright red aginst green. Good details and exposure.
Thanks for sharing,