|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note [French]|
Merremia tuberosa Linneae, 1753 (Ipomea tuberosa ) is a plant of the family Convolvulaceae , the vine can grow to large sizes (up to 10 meters in length). The vine can completely colonize trees and make them disappear from sight.
The leaves are alternate, circular shell, deeply cut into 7 lobes narrowed at the base, pointed at tips.
The yellow flowers have the characteristic flowers of Convolvulaceae, bell-shaped actinomorphic. The flower can reach 5 to 6 centimeters in length.
The flowers are grouped in inflorescences cymose, axillary, with few flower buds (see one).
Fruiting characteristic and is very ornamental, and it is a component of many bouquets as decoration.
Photo taken under very bright and sunny. For this reason, the opening is as small as possible with the camera, f / 8. With a focal length of 23 mm, the speed is 1 / 1250 th.
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- [2011-05-14 7:57]
A photo in very good sharp details and beautiful, well saturated colours. Nice contrasting colours against the BG. I miss a note. Excellent depth of field.
This is really beautiful. It is a basic presentation, but has fine qualities to appreciate, especially the small anthers that is so beautifully seen. The black background highlights the tissue thin golden yellow petals to the best. Thanks for sharing. Best regards.
very good sharpness and great details
the colours of the flower are beautiful
thanks greeting lou
What a superb colourful and dramatic image here, amazing detailed sharpness with impressive depth of field, fabulous rich colour, wonderful and skilful entry,
Congratulations Philippe and have a nice Sunday,