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|Gagea lutea - Yellow Star-of-Bethlehem |
Gagea is a large genus of spring flowers in the Liliaceae found in Europe and western Asia. It is named after the English naturalist Sir Thomas Gage. They were originally described as species of Ornithogalum, which, together with the usual yellow colour of the flowers, explains the English name Yellow Star-of-Bethlehem for the most common species in Europe, Gagea lutea, which grows in damp deciduous woodland.
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- [2008-04-15 3:13]
Imi place foarte mult fotografia ta. DOF-ul este foarte bun redand bine detaliile florilor. Chiar daca POV este clasic fotografia este dinamica iar concentrarea florilor intr-o extrema se dovedeste a fi o alegere inspirata.
Toate cele bune,
- [2008-04-15 3:32]
bella composición y pov...
- [2008-04-15 8:49]
Wonderful true spring shot of first charming flowers surrounding by last year dry leaves. Superb soft light and bright colours. I like wide DOF and excellent details of the entire scene. Well done and TFS.
- [2008-04-16 0:51]
Lighting, colors, focus, sharpness, composition and details look very nice. TFS