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Old Apr 23, 2008, 4:43 AM   #1
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Won't tire you with philosophy but to a little insect this can be the whole world

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Old Apr 23, 2008, 5:00 AM   #2
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You can take a hike. Don't forget. Don't get lost. And there are biocids, insectocids. So watch up while you are in there. We want to see you alive again. Take a rest in the shadows on the petals

When this species blooms there is prima Primavera





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Old Apr 24, 2008, 4:39 AM   #3
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Dear Torgny, that makes a pretty nice'micro landscape' :-)

Btw, they say it'sgood for the liver disorders, as well asour aestheticalpleasurefor the eyes; )




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Dear Torgny, that makes a pretty nice'micro landscape' :-)

Btw, they say it'sgood for the liver disorders, as well asour aestheticalpleasurefor the eyes; )



Thanks. Yes, nature medicine. There is a similarity principle. It has to do with the shape of the leaves in this case. They are not showing on these pictures. The Nemorosa leaves cover them.

The A. Hepatica is a rare flower here. You can receive severe punishment if you interfere with their growth.

The first thing you are likely to be blind on are the eyes. Thanks for the highlight treatment of the petal in the second picture. I tried with the first. Such things could be discussed in this forum. I am here foremost to learn by C&C, then to encourage others and perhaps get some respons to my own pictures

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Wery nice Torgny great to see something green. No sign of spring over here :-)

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Takk fyrir, Gisli.

BiÞ tu eins. Spring will come to your fjord too. Ever visited HerÞubreiÞarlindir. Lava, lava, lava as long as the eyes can see. And then a paradise. And those small groups of plants in the midst of the black lava fields

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