Simple Golden, beautifull flower
|Copyright: Adilson Correa da Silva (Adilson) (13)|
|Date Taken: 2011-04-23|
|Camera: Nikon D-200, (digital), Nikon UV|
|Exposure: f/6.3, 1/500 seconds|
|More Photo Info: [view]|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2011-04-23 16:40|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Scientific name: Pachystachys lutea|
Popular Name: yellow shrimp, prawn, shrimp plant
Life Cycle: Perennial
Popularly known as yellow shrimp, has inflorecência yellow, excelling the tone green leaves, grown in gardens are good attractive hummingbird nectar by the large number of these within inflorescence, of Peruvian origin, is widely used by Brazilian landscape.
Nome Científico: Pachystachys lutea
Nome Popular: Camarão-amarelo, camarão, planta-camarão
Ciclo de Vida: Perene
Conhecida popularmente como camarão amarelo, possui inflorecência de cor amarela, sobresaindo ao tom verde das folhas, plantadas em jardins são bons atrativas de beija-flores pela grande quantidade de nectar no interior destas inflorescencia, de origem peruana, é muito usada por paisagista brasileiros.
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Color-wise an excellent photo, so pity you posted it in "dollhouse size" - although it's obvious, even in small, that the photo lacks a bit of sharpness. Composition and background blur seems OK but the watermark is too big compared to the photo size, therefore grabbing the viewer's attention. Anyway, if you have CS3 on your PC (as I see), do the post-processing work the best possible way (re-sizing, selective sharpening etc. etc. - you can post up to 300 KB, while this image has only 98 KB in size. The more you get closer to the 300 KB limit, the more your photos will be sharper).
Have a happy Easter, best regards, László
A superb macro shot, very good sharpness, splendid bright colours, a very harmonious compostion