mb - 102. Doldengewächs - Angelica archangelica

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Comments (10)

Hazel Coetzee on April 10, 2009

Lovely soft colours and angle, May.

Is this a herb? Maybe Chervil? I am going by the sound of the name you have given it.

It is beautiful, and you have done it great justice.

Warm wishes, Hazel

♫ Swissmay on April 10, 2009

Tonia, thank you very much!

Kietzi, herzlichen Dank! Ja, Kerbel habe ich mal einfach so erwähnt. Ist aber nur eine Verwandte. Sehr wahrscheinlich ist es eine Angelica archangelica, auf Deutsch auch Engelswurz genannt.

Hazel, thank you so much for your visit and comment! I have had a look in the internet. It seems to be a Angelica archangelica, well, at least a relative of the Chervil.

Frohe Ostern - Happy Easter to all of you! Warm regards - Liebe Grüsse, May

cbaisan on April 12, 2009

Each stem holds a little bouquet :) Easter greetings May!

♫ Swissmay on April 14, 2009

Chris, thanks very much! yes, you are right! :) So many bouquets! All the best to you, Spring greetings, May

Klare&John, thanks a lot! Greetings, May

Rafael Saludes on April 21, 2009

Swissmay Hello May. Wonderful bouquet of green flowers! Curiou such a botanic (?) name, shows rather extremely religious. They seem easy for identification.

I had some hours, nearly every day with Panoramio system blocated, then I had a meeting last saturday in Girona (30 Km. to french border) of about 15 friends Panoramio users. We didn't know our faces as we never had been together physically, only known virtually through photos and coments.

We passed nearly all day cameras in the hands talking and making shots of the town. Some of them you comented to me and thank you May, very much.

This meeting and Panoramio lack in my computer didn't allow me to reply widely to you as I like.

Warm regards, Rafael.

thor☼odin™ on April 22, 2009

wow sehr schön gelungen Liebe May welchen Farbenspiel!!.. Angelica ist sehr gut. In Greenland the kids do go out in the mountains in the early summer and eat the stalks of the Angelica as it has a very high content of Vitamin C and is very aromatic. Actually also good if you like to make your own spicy Schnaps ;) Lieben Gruss, Peter

♫ Swissmay on April 26, 2009

Rafael, don't worry, I know this problem very well. :)) I am always late in answering and I would wish to visit your and my other friends' galleries more often. Thank you very much for your nice comments. True, you are right about the name of this plant. Perhaps the solution is in its healthy substances as Peter (thorodin) mentiones. Warm regards, May

Lieber Peter, thank you so much for this interesting information! First I wondered that in Greenland this plant is growing and secondly that it has such valuable ingredients. Now I don't know, where to go first, to Denmark or to Greenland. :) I'd love to visit both places, though it will be hard, since I am not so much on eating fish. ;)) Liebe Grüsse, May

thor☼odin™ on April 26, 2009

lol May Air Greenland is the best connection to Greenland (Kangerlussuak or Narsarsuaq)out of Copenhagen so you have both destinations in one :) and you can go to Greenland without eating fish although they do have much good fish. Reindeer and Muskox is local dinnervarieties too. Lieben Gruss, Peter

♫ Swissmay on April 26, 2009

Hmmmmmm, Peter, da werde ich mich dann wohl an die Angelicastauden halten, um Grönland zu überleben. :)) The idea to pass through Denmark to get to Greenland is not bad. I'll think about it. :) Liebe Grüsse, May

♫ Swissmay on July 15, 2009

Cher Domi, c'est ce que je pense aussi, quel joli nom! :) Bonne soirée, mon ami!

May

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  • Uploaded on April 8, 2009
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    by ♫ Swissmay
    • Camera: Panasonic DMC-TZ3
    • Taken on 2008/08/27 16:47:37
    • Exposure: 0.006s (1/160)
    • Focal Length: 4.60mm
    • F/Stop: f/3.300
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
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