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Unknown Flores


Unknown Flores
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Copyright: Irina Prokofyeva (traveller) Silver Star Critiquer/Silver Note Writer [C: 19 W: 0 N: 24] (189)
Genre: Plants
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2006-08-02
Categories: Flowers
Camera: Nikon Zoom Touch 470 AF, 35 mm
Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop
Travelogue: Mexico!
Date Submitted: 2006-11-04 2:30
Viewed: 8118
Points: 4
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These flowers on the tree grow on Yukatan peninsula in Mexico. What a pity I do not know their name, so I called them "flores", which mean "flowers" in Spanish language.

Does anybody know, is it asalea, or maybe oleander?

I deliberately kept the palm tree's trunk on the right.

For the photo itself I added some contrast, sharpness and an outside frame.

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To nirmalroberts: Nametraveller 1 01-17 05:12
To nirmalroberts: Excellent workshop!traveller 1 01-17 05:10
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  • xuaxo Silver Star Critiquer/Silver Note Writer [C: 25 W: 0 N: 16] (110)
  • [2006-11-05 12:14]
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Hi Irina
I don't know the name of these flores, but it's a great photo!
F

Hi Irina,
I believe it is an oleander....lots of those on the Georgia coast too!

Great colors, well composed.

Alli

Hello Irina,
These are Plumeria rubra. Plumeria and oleander(Nerium oleander) both belong to the same family, Apocynaceae.
The picture is over exposed. Since you have already worked on the picture, most of the quality is already lost, and not much can be done with it in the WS. Still, I have tried to improve it in the WorkShop.
Regards,
- Nirmal

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