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Pink Ocean Flower

By LexEquine
Macro capture of one of these wonderful & beautiful wild pink ocean flowers growing in abundance near the seashore around Point Judith, Rhode Island. Photograph was taken in the small fishing village of Galilee on a sunny day, May 28, 2010. I was wondering what type of wild flowers these might be,...wild roses or Primroses. Maybe Jenn, or other EPZ flower photographers might know the species of this vivid pink wildflower. Hope that you like it. Regards...Peter Setttings: focal length 50 mm ISO 100 Av f 8.0 ss 1/500 second

Tags: Still life Flowers and plants Close-up and macro

Voters: morpheus1955, debu, torres99 and 18 more


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Comments


morpheus1955 9 3 2 United Kingdom
30 May 2010 12:12AM
Good morning Peter, what fabulous vibrant colour and excellent detail, beautifully taken.

Hugh

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debu 6 India
30 May 2010 12:18AM
Excellent work.
Debu
torres99 7 119 1 United Kingdom
30 May 2010 12:31AM
Lovely colourful close up.

regards

Carl
30 May 2010 12:34AM
Pretty shot........Sandy
30 May 2010 12:45AM
you got my vote too! well captured very good d.o.f. so bright and rich congrats! p.s thanks for your kind comments too!!
taggart Plus
11 46 12 United States
30 May 2010 2:15AM
I knew, even before I saw whose image this is-- they will grow, maybe even taller than you--these un named rugosas-- and you will NOT walk thru this hedge--

like your name for the flower---

Did you get something to eat at Champin's per chance-- or maybe Aunt Carries?

and I do eny you this visit-- just 4 miles form my grandkids!

Jennnn
LexEquine 10 19 United States
30 May 2010 2:44AM
Thanks, Jenn, for your nice comment and the information. Yesterday, was just so beautiful a day down in Point Judith & Galilee for my photoshoot all afternoon. Brilliant sun, nice breeze, low humidity, and about 74 degrees. These pink wildflowers grow all over and are so pretty to see and photograph. I had thought that they may be a variety of wild roses or Primrose. Anyway, I first went over to Portside, and had a half dozen of those Clamcakes. Then, after about 2 hours of shooting, I decided to go over to Georges, near the new Salty Brine Beach, and, guess what?? I ordered "another half dozen" of Clamcakes. Overall, I had a lovely day & wonderful photoshoot, that I will gladly be sharing the Pix on EPZ. Hope that You are having a nice Weekend. Again, thanks for your feedback. Regards...Peter
astyag 9 12
30 May 2010 5:45AM
Good composition and well closed up
Astyag
Mynett 8 142 6 United Kingdom
30 May 2010 6:25AM
stunning colour and the leaves shine so beautifully - thanks to Jennn for the ID on this one.

Linda
CarolG Plus
9 195 18 Greece
30 May 2010 6:37AM
A beautiful image, wonderful colour and detail, well captured. Carol
saeidNL 6 3 Netherlands
30 May 2010 12:15PM
Wonderful and beautiful Close-up,very well taken and presented.
saeid
taggart Plus
11 46 12 United States
30 May 2010 12:55PM
?? Ferry? to Block and what about the seagulls? the Fishermen's Memorial---water tower--- one of my favorite haunts
30 May 2010 1:39PM
Good colourful shot.
Ricky.
Sasanach 6 9 1 Scotland
31 May 2010 7:33AM
I Britain we call this shrub Rosa Rugosa. It is the common wild Rose. It is softer than the Rosa Canina or Dog Rose but the flowers are larger and are of course this beautiful deep pink coplour.
Yours are flowering earlier than ours but then I guess we are a bit further north.
A great photograph. Thank you for shareing. Richard

In Scotland the Primrose is a low growing wild herbaceous plant and the flower is pale yellow in colour. It is of the Primula family.
LexEquine 10 19 United States
31 May 2010 2:31PM
Thanking you astyag, Linda, Carol, Saeid, Jenn, Ricky, & Richard for your nice comments. And Jenn & Richard, I really appreciate the description & species of the wild pink Roses, and yellow Primroses. Regards...Peter
31 May 2010 3:19PM
Wonderful wild Rose Peter, Excellent shot.
Regards Evgenya

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