Wald-Schlüsselblume mit Buschwindröschen

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Tom Portschy on April 14, 2009

Sehr schöne Frühlingsbild Klaus!

Vielen Dank für deinen Besuch in meinem Album.

Grüße aus Ungarn, Tom.

My actual contest

Amelia Royan on April 14, 2009

Anemones and cowslips - perhaps the most beautiful flowers of springtime Klaus, and such beautiful lighting too. I love the way you frame your photos to make them stand out from the page - I have tried and failed at this - hopeless with technology I'm afraid :)))

Greetings, Amelia

klaus040 on April 14, 2009

Danke zurück, Tom

For me it's the same, Amelia. This year we had them at Easter in the woods in cause of the warm weather, while our granddaughter was searching for easter eggs.

Greetings, Klaus

PS: That you failed at this special framing is not your lack of technology understanding. It's only a feature in my photo software; if you would use it, you would have the same frames.

Juliane Herrmann on April 15, 2009

Was für ein zauberhaftes Foto! Gruß Juliane

Amelia Royan on April 15, 2009

Thank you for your beautiful photo of your granddaughter Klaus - she is perhaps going to break many hearts :)))

I look forward to seeing what you do with this one by the way. I have tried "playing with" the reeds photo, but that's on my Norwegian computer - it's better, but not good enough!!

I have also left some links for you as to why there is a boat on the "viaduct", I hope you find them useful :)))

Greetings to Germany, Amelia

klaus040 on April 15, 2009

Thanks for your very nice words, Amelia. Do you know Astrid Lindgrens "Ronja"? There is one scene in the film, where Ronja runs through the white anemones covered forest. That's exactly my picture and it's no coincidence, that the name of my little granddaughter is "Ronja" too - my daughter loves that story!

Thank you also for the information to the viaduct. I'll look at them later.

Greetings, Klaus

Amelia Royan on April 15, 2009

I'm afraid I don't the film, but it sounds a wonderful scene. And what a beautiful name - it is simillar to the Scots name of Rhona.

BTW here's a case of my photos being used, and there are others too :))

Greetings, Amelia

klaus040 on April 15, 2009

Here is a cut of this scene from the film

I'd a look at your Link to the new tunnel shell. So I'm calmed, I'm not the only one, who plays with your photos.

Cheers and good night, Klaus

Amelia Royan on April 15, 2009

You mustn't worry Klaus - this one has also provided Billy and Harry with some fun :)

And now before I go to sleep I shall watch the cut!

Goodnight Klaus

buwi on May 15, 2010

Ja, das ist wahr, in der Gesellschaft sehen sie noch schöner aus! Gruß, Bea

klaus040 on May 24, 2010

C]:o))

HAMANA on March 17, 2013

So ein herrlicher Anblick!!!! Ich mag doch auch die Schluesselblumen so gerne, und die gibt es hier leider nicht. Als ich in Hessen bei meinem Vater lebte, bin ich jedes Fruehjahr zur Wiese an der Ahrdt gegangen, hundert Meter von unserer Wohnung entfernt und habe Veilchen und Schluesselblumen pfluecken koennen. Nie habe ich den Duft dieser beiden Blumen vergessen. Anemone gibt es hier viel, aber die duften ja leider nicht.

Vielen Dank fuer den Link, Klaus, immer wieder ueberrascht du mich mit solchen Naturschoenheiten.

VG,

Doerthe

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  • Uploaded on April 13, 2009
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    by klaus040
    • Camera: Panasonic DMC-FZ50
    • Taken on 2009/04/11 14:14:04
    • Exposure: 0.004s (1/250)
    • Focal Length: 45.10mm
    • F/Stop: f/5.600
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: -0.33 EV
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