|Copyright: ozlem ogluekiz (miss_bat)
|Date Taken: 2009-01-02|
|Exposure: f/3.1, 1/80 seconds|
|More Photo Info: [view]|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2009-02-25 12:08|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Plant frowing from a small corm with a brown tunic,with 2 narrow basal lvs. little over 1 mm wide but 16 cm long incl. underground part, a stem entirely underground during flowering, bearing 2-4 more lvs., and 1-6 fls. in succession on stalcks 2-5 cm long, with a green bract sligghtly below each flower and a smaller membranous bracteole still closer ; fls. with 6 rich violet pointed segments, the outer 3 usu. green externaly. Capsule(s) held up on elongated stems, each enclosed in a persistent bract and bracteole. Fl. Jan-Mar. Common in hillside and coastal garigue and turf along the northern strip from Cape Koruçam to Karpas. Also Aegean I., Turkey and Palestine.|
The bulbs are sometimes eaten by village children.
Rietorchis, boreocypriensis, oanaotilia has marked this note useful
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I like the composition,
I like the plant (never heared of)
I like the colors
But I donot like the unsharpness of the main subject: the flower
And a little bit more contrast might work out fine (I think)
So I think it can be a very usefull picture: you can learn from it...
TFS (Yes, still!) and one point for usefulness
Merhaba Özlem, fokuslama problemin var:) Çiçek çok güzel. Kompozisyonda öyle.