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|Multe,Cloudberry (Rubus chamaemorus).|
Cloudberries occur naturally throughout the Northern Hemisphere from 78°N, south to about 55°N, and very scattered south to 44°N mainly in mountainous areas.
The cloudberry can withstand cold temperatures down to well below -40°C, but is sensitive to salt and to dry conditions. It grows in bogs, marshes and wet meadows and requires sunny exposures in acidic ground.
Unlike most Rubus species, the cloudberry does not self-pollinate. Pollination requires a plant of the opposite sex.
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this is a great sharpness macro shot
great details with very good light
beautiful colours to
Excellent macro, with unusual colors and great sharpness. Good choise of a square format with a central composition. Best regards,
Hello Heidi and welcome among TN members!
Siple but perfect! These words can characterize composition of this picture. I like a lot this close-up, not only sharp and detailed, but also with very good saturation.
Lovely plant which I had posibility to observe in numerous exeplares in North Norway, Sweden and Finland :>
Thank you for showing this little beauty!
Greetings from Poland,
very beautiful-delicate pic, looks tasty as well, TFS Ori