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  • February 29
  • Red buds / blossoms

  • February 25
  • Rosa multiflora

  • February 17
  • Young Columbine

  • February 04
  • Ivy on trees


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Blossom 2008-02-29 - Red buds / blossoms
Lens: Raynox DCR-150
Flash: Yes, diffused
Settings: M mode, ISO 80, 1/60, f8
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I think this is some kind of apple blossom, but it's not a tree. More like a small shrub. In 2006 I actually found them blooming on 25 December! Talk about a mild winter! Today there weren't blooming, but I did find an interesting detail: the bush have thorns.
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Rose 2008-02-25 - Shoots of a wild rose
Lens: Raynox DCR-250
Flash: No
Settings: M mode, ISO 80, 1/160s, f8
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It is still early but already a little bit of greenery can be seen. Mostly at them Many-flowered Rose, Rosa multiflora. It's quite common here and grow in the wild at many places. These photos were taken in The Pit. For once I didn't have to use the flash.
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Columbine 2008-02-17 - Young Columbine
Lens: Raynox DCR-250
Flash: Yes, diffused
Settings: Av mode, ISO 80, 1/60s, f6,3 (first three), 1/60s, f8
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This young specimen of Columbine Aquilegia vulgaris I found behind an old stump close to the eastern path in Jordbodalen. This isn't the only one I've seen down here. Last spring / summer I found about half a dozen Columbines. Most of them were blue
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Ivy 2008-02-04 - Ivy on trees
Lens: None (zzom)
Flash: No
Settings: M mode, ISO 80, 1/60s - 1/125s, f5,6
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The Ivy, Hedera helix, is a weel known plant which you can buy in just about any flower shop. This is the wild variety growing in Jordbodalen. Wild Ivy is protected by law. It is quite beautiful to see it growing up trees and cover the trunks with its beautiful leaves.
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