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Author 'Lumixane' (Id 15338 ) : Beautiful lanterns of the Physalis. Perennial plant. The spring flower is quite insignificant, white and rather small. They hold well in dry, once their leaves debarrassees bouquets and edible.



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EXIF : Brand: Panasonic | Camera: Panasonic Lumix DMC FZ30
Aperture: f/5.6 | Exposure time: 1/250 s | ISO: 100 | Focal: 23 mm (eq. 109 mm)| Metering: Multi-segment (5)
Prog. expo.: Priorité ouverture (2) | Correction: 0 EV | Flash: Non (16) | Date: 08/09/2006 09:13:21
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> Cassandradu33 >Reply Sep 19, 2011
Very nice photo, I like the color, really is beautiful: 3:: 1:: 2:
 
> FRAMBOISE >Reply Jun 12, 2011
Photo is super gorgeous. I love this plant, the more it reminds me of my grandmother offered me sometimes. Keep making us dream with these photos are very beautiful. : 6:
 
> Maison >Reply Apr 29, 2011
Very nice picture, very beautiful flowers for a bouquet dry, I wonder if it's a creeper and if it grows in the south near Meze Montpellier.
 
 > Author Lumixane [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Apr 29, 2011
 
Hello House. The cape gooseberry is not a creeper. It is very hardy and once established would tend to invade ... It should also be pleasing near Montpellier 18: Good luck!
 
> Annie >Reply Nov 14, 2010
Very nice picture with beautiful colors. Beautiful plant for decorating with lanterns for warm colors.
 
> Floraline >Reply Sep 25, 2010
Hello, I love this plant. After work, I could save a stem and hopes it will spread and it will and it will be as beautiful as the photo above, a pleasure eyes. Thank you.
 
> Liki >Reply Nov 18, 2009
The photos are very beautiful and very clean, 2:: 17: Well, good continuation.
 
> ANITA >Reply Oct 13, 2009
How do we recognize the Edible Physalis toxic??
 
> Jeanlloy >Reply Jul 02, 2009
: 1:: 3:: 4: Pretty good, I love much more.
 
> Farida d'Alger >Reply Jun 22, 2009
It's a nice picture but not quite complete, I would have seen taking a step further to allow one who does not know the plant well see.
 
> Titalzira >Reply May 26, 2009
The first time I saw this beautiful flower, it was in Portugal (in 1964) in the garden of a cousin and I had failed to retain its name. Its delicious fruit, I tasted a few years later in a restaurant. I always knew that it was the physalis. Today, the workshop memory of my village, it was necessary to find expressions with the word love is my neighbor and the workshop helped me discover that the Physalis called 'love in a cage. Really is a pretty flower at any point of view. The picture is very beautiful: red, red-orange, dark green, light green, yellow, and form! : 6:: 6:
 
> Plumebleue >Reply Nov 26, 2008
A superb transparency for these lanterns and a beautiful play of light. What flexibility to take this picture of a flower that is at ground raz! : 3:: 1:
 
> Nicole >Reply Apr 26, 2008
Very beautiful photo? I have it in my garden but I thought that the foods were a different variety than the love in a cage.
 
> Guylaine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Mar 10, 2008
Ah here I see it, as it takes this flower is very beautiful and a little weird at the time. Very pretty plant in its normal state, if I can say. Excellent photo.
 
> La fleur >Reply Dec 26, 2007
Well exposed but foliage a bit annoying and more exposure against the light would have been able to guess the fruit inside.
 
> Arlette >Reply Nov 05, 2007
All the photos from your site as well as the comments thereto are very well made. I commend the various photographers. I've made you aware of my surroundings. Thank you for your beautiful work.
 
> Rosalie1809 >Reply Sep 26, 2007
Rich colours super shot, super brightness... Beautiful.
 
> Moio >Reply Sep 01, 2007
The natural character of this photo is the best, the red flowers look like hearts, and the fact that this photo has a character of natural leaves us to understand that love is natural, and that it is the feeling of being the most beautiful in the world. If one makes an analogy between the beauty of this photo and the beauty of the feeling.
 
> Polo >Reply Aug 29, 2007
Good photo, very colourful, good luck.
 
> CLEOPATRISTE >Reply Aug 23, 2007
This plant is one of my favorite because it well represents my life : love in cage...
 
> Evalias >Reply May 27, 2007
Great photo of Physalis, and it is true that it eats : it is delicious with dark chocolate melted
 
 > Pitchounette >Reply
Sep 28, 2010
 
+: It is true that it is eaten and it is delicious.

-:I'll try to do little tart.
 
> Acidezen [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Feb 23, 2007
I love these flowers, which by this transparency retransmit the light and the colours pleasantly red.
 
> Sanka [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Feb 23, 2007
What a beautiful color, I like to make bouquets with the physalis I didn't know it was edible.
 
> MUM >Reply Oct 12, 2006
We really like small lanterns on. There are in this photo a beautiful mastery of light and shadow, blur and the accuracy !!
 
> Nicole.barberon [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Sep 13, 2006
Excellent photo, I like very much this mix of colors, always the same precision, bravo.
 
> Lumixane [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Sep 11, 2006
For Nanardiso. I posted earlier in the year a skeleton of a Physalis, yes, it is very beautiful. I say watch !
 
> Nanardiso [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Sep 11, 2006
Yes, I know the love in the cage but I didn't know it was edible ! When it is dry it does not remain any more that the veins of the plant and it is beautiful !
 
> Heuzeja [G] [P] [C] >Reply Sep 11, 2006
I'm not going to mention the method of Marcel, the blow of the stool, but with lanterns a bit brighter, the picture would have been even more beautiful. The next time going to do my shopping I will try the jam physalis.
 
> Marcel >Reply Sep 11, 2006
Picture excellent in the transparency and framing of a good quality diagonal ! A leaf stands out a little to the left (grey). The buffer could get rid of !
 
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