- lousat (65489)
- [2013-01-12 16:09]
Hi Ana,i don't know the exact name but it looks a flower from the capparis family,fantastic macro whit a perfect exposure and spectacular details and colors,and all in a dark background as i like! Very well done,have a nice evening and thanks,Luciano
- CeltickRanger (37400)
- [2013-01-12 17:09]
You did a beautiful composition with fine POV
and the way it is framed, and a great contrast
with the dark background, TFS
- samiran88 (10271)
- [2013-01-12 17:57]
the way you present the picture it is beautiful.
colour, clarity and the composition is so nice.
dark BG is also enhance the beauty.
with best wishes,
- tuslaw (19883)
- [2013-01-12 19:43]
I have no idea of it's identity, all I can say is we don't grow them in Ohio:) It is certainly a gorgeous bloom with it's long delicate stamen and greenish white petals. A real beauty and captured wonderfully by your camera. Well done!!
- Silvio2006 (102073)
- [2013-01-12 23:02]
Ciao Ana, great macro of lovely flower, unknown for me too, excellent clarity, splendid light and wonderful bright colors, very well done, my friend, have a good Sunday, ciao Silvio
- Argus (50626)
- [2013-01-12 23:16]
A fine macro of this beautiful and interesting wild flower taken from a nice POV with top sharpness, natural colours and set in a pleasing composition against a contrasting BG.
Well done and thanks!
Best regards from snowy Sweden,
- maaciejka (27117)
- [2013-01-12 23:22]
I like this flower. Excellent point of view. Very good white balance. Nice composition.
Have a nice Sunday,
- fragman (43778)
- [2013-01-12 23:27]
nice flower, it looks liek a caper, TFS Ori
- PeterZ (49139)
- [2013-01-12 23:56]
Very beautiful photo in splendid contrasting colours against the dark background. Excellent sharpness, details and DOF. Taken from a good POV. A beauty!
Love your presentations to us precious aNa!! And yes love your pic. Lilac color with extensions so interesting, against the stark background, framing, detail..just BREATHTAKING
decidedly it belongs to Capparaceae family.With regard to the species i'd say "Capparis elegans", the only Capparaceae species endemic to Brazil (florabrasiliensis.cria.org.br./taxonCard?id=FB6802).But i have not the absolute certainty.I have several specimens of "Capparis spinosa" blossoming spontaneously in my garden, for this reason on the other hand i'm sure about its family.The photo is good, surely not perfect, but beauty of these flowers is unquestionable.
PS: now i saw your addition to the note, "Capparis spinosa" differs both as leaves and as flowers.Compare with this my photo from TrekLens "www.treklens.com/gallery/photo620668.htm".
- anel (40574)
- [2013-01-13 7:14]
Nous sommes en parfait accord et postons une critique de la même image en même temps :-)
Et me voilà regardant la tienne, très belle d'une espèce de câpres. Je peux les voir ici dans notre jardin botanique.
Bonne et belle journée
- chrimakris (26007)
- [2013-01-13 8:22]
Interesting Capparis species Ana! Beautiful photo with good composition, wonderful colors and very good sharpness!
I think that Alessio gave you the correct identification!