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Photo Pen 1 Queen of the meadows

Author 'Dan.dussaux' (Id 182235 ) : When I walked past going to the bread once more, I found this flower soft and light click, this is for you !

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EXIF : Brand: Kodak | Camera: Kodak Easyshare CX7525
Aperture: f/2.7 | Exposure time: 1/500 s | Focal: 5.6 mm (eq. 34 mm)| Metering: Multi-segment (5)
Prog. expo.: Mode portrait (6) | Correction: 0 EV | Flash: Non (16) | Date: 13/08/2012 16:59:36
Rue de la Vallée, 80131 Framerville-Rainecourt, France

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> Manu [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Aug 23, 2012
A photo full of sweetness with these bunches of flowers bravo and thank you
 > Author Dan.dussaux [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Aug 23, 2012
this is nice ! Yes I have named it flower pen, because it looks like a feather duster but not synthetic and very fragile also. In the meantime, it is very nice to give me your opinion, thank you Manu !
Identification > Nicoledesplat [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Aug 22, 2012
I think it is a 'filipendule ulmaire' or more commonly known by the name of 'Queen of the Meadows' but also 'Barbe of Oak', 'Bearded Goat', 'Belle des Prés', 'False Meadowsweet', 'Flower Bee', 'Ormière', 'Meadowsweet Filipendule', 'Meadowsweet Ulmaire', 'Ulmaire' (all this alone)
Rather common along the banks of the rivers, one can see that this rosacea (family of roses), recognizable with its large masses of flowers-white to creamy.
Fragrant, with numerous stamens, the flowers are born spherical buttons at the top of the branched stems, which dominate the rest of the vegetation.
The seeds are curled together as small snails. The dark green foliage with a texture that is rough like the leaves of elm.
Flowering from June to August ; that is, what can I say about these pretty clusters of fluffy, beautiful shot
 > Author Dan.dussaux [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Aug 22, 2012
In effect, this flower does not lack for nicknames. There, I really all of the detailed information of the famous queen of the meadows. This is fantastic all these knowledge on the subject of flowers. I thank you with all my heart Nicole and it is very nice to have it selected in your collection !
 > Nicoledesplat [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Aug 22, 2012
Hello Dan, I'm going to tell you why I know better the flowers of the field than any other, in fact, my father was a chemical Engineer Agronomist and he gave me quantities of materials relating to those ; this was his domain, as well as the study of the lands, the excrement of farm animals with feathers or hairs etc, I loved to see him coming home from work and still immerse yourself in its writings ; I would have had to follow his path because I just loved it and I was a good student in physical chemistry, but I preferred to follow another way :to 12: , I now regret as I would have liked to be a veterinarian it is he also who has given me the taste of the photo, he was very gifted and developed his photos himself in his little lab..., this is Dan, again, thank you for your comment. bravo for this shot
 > Author Dan.dussaux [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Aug 23, 2012
Yes I understand better your passion now. Your dad had a lot of merit and he has left you a lot of qualities. You can be proud of what you have learned and the knowledge you possess in these subjects. I learned a lot by mine, on the nature, history, and classical music. Even if we could not do what you wanted, don't regret and say that it is well to have learned what we know, by a person that there was loved. Thank you Nicole of you be in charge of and bravo for what you do too !
> Syruloben [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Aug 22, 2012
She is very pretty this plant all fluffy. We want to touch the tip of your fingers. Nice photo thank you for sharing, Sylvie.
 > Author Dan.dussaux [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Aug 22, 2012
it is true that the fact of just moving in front of my gave this impression of lightness and softness. I haven't even dared to touch it, afraid of the chipping. I'm glad to have been able to take it in spite of the wind. Thank you Sylvie it is very nice !
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