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|This is the columbine flower. (It is the state flower of Colorado, after which Columbie school was named). It likes shady places and blooms mostly in July. Traditionally, the colors are blue and white, but new variants have been introduced. This was taken in Waterton National Park Canada.|
A straightforward shot on my HP720 P&S. For PP, I added a bit more contrasat and color saturation (both of which are weak on the HP).
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Let me fill up some more info: the plant is Aquilegia chrysantha, family Ranunculaceae. I met it several times in Arizona.
Beautiful shot. (I love flowers)
One of my favourite flower it is good to see one in the wild, they add such a bright spot in the garden here in the UK.
Colours look correct to me . TFS
Superb capture of these delicately beautiful flowers.
The DOF is excellent.