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Thank you for your c&c on yesterday’s white blossom. While walking in the Tengchih Forest in the mountains in south Taiwan, I came across some begonias on the aptly named “Begonia Trail”. It must have been the end of the season as there were just a few.

Tengchih Forest Recreation Area covers a wide range of trees and flora as it starts at an altitude of 500m up to just above 1800m. The area includes a rich natural broad-leaf forest and great diversity of flora. There is a rich variety of animal life: birds, frogs, butterflies, insects and snakes.

Hoping you’ll enjoy this begonia.

f13 1/60sec zoom at 70mm spot metering flash at 1/8th of its power crop in Photofiltre

Have a nice evening,


Tags: Close-up and macro Landscape and travel Wildlife and nature

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24 Mar 2009 6:59PM
a nice image well captured kevin.

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taggart Plus
13 47 13 United States
24 Mar 2009 7:24PM
Beautifully captured-- a lovely flower!

Maiwand 10 3 73 England
24 Mar 2009 7:31PM
Great shot of the flowers Jean Noel.
GazzaG2003 14 346 England
24 Mar 2009 7:32PM
almost a sugary texture, great colours
Bodiewil 10 46 Wales
24 Mar 2009 8:43PM
Great work JNC
Bob_V 10 1 2 United States
25 Mar 2009 1:12AM
So beautiful, a lovely capture.
Daisymaye Plus
9 23 13 Canada
25 Mar 2009 4:06AM
Really beautiful capture.....Sandy
CarolG Plus
11 199 20 Greece
25 Mar 2009 5:41AM
A superb capture, Jean-Noel. Carol
barbarahirst 9 27 12 United Kingdom
25 Mar 2009 7:49AM
Thankyuu for putting down details of taking the photo
Us beginners need this
Books just confuse me
Joline Plus
11 28 53 United States
25 Mar 2009 10:28AM
Must be great to see begonias in their natural habitat, they are so common in the garden centers. Lovely shot.

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