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Greater Stitchwort (Stellaria holostea)

By teocali
Still thinking back to last Summer and looking forward to this one! I believe I have identified this Greater Stitchwort correctly, but could be wrong.The lowest flower is host to a tiny insect! Experimenting again with settings and close-ups using a 300mm + 1.4x extender. Best viewed large if you have a moment.
Settings: F/5.6 1250sec ISO1000 handheld @420mm

Thank you for your voltes and super comments on my Blue Tit upload yesterday - very much appreciated as always.

Tags: General Flowers and plants Close-up and macro

Voters: FraminL, Richsr, Johnfromnotts and 41 more

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Richsr 10 91 223 England
21 Jan 2010 8:48AM
Lovely details and tones in this -good work.
Regards Richard.

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Cor 8 Belgium
21 Jan 2010 8:51AM
Must be seen at large! (insect include) So well taken.
CarolG Plus
11 199 20 Greece
21 Jan 2010 8:54AM
A beautiful composition and capture, Sylvia, won't be long now before these charming little flowers are spreading all over the meadow here. Carol
21 Jan 2010 8:55AM
Oh, this is so pretty - well worth viewing large, and so nicely presented Sylvia

sable 9 9 7 United Kingdom
21 Jan 2010 9:00AM
Beautiful presentation - I like the sharp detail on the white flowers - the fly/insect adds to the overall natural look to the shot - Elizabeth
colmar 10 42 35 Scotland
21 Jan 2010 9:09AM
Excellent image so crisp, the result of good glass and expierence using it, worth a look large too thanks for sharing it Colin
clicknimagine 7 221 88
21 Jan 2010 9:29AM
wonderfully sharp, lovely shot...
pluckyfilly 11 351 33 United Kingdom
21 Jan 2010 9:50AM
lovely shot of this delicate little flower
RonnieAG Plus
8 154 118 Scotland
21 Jan 2010 10:38AM

Quote:Lovely shot of this delicate little flower

My thoughts exactly. Very well captured and so nicely presented.
Shroomer 10 14 167 England
21 Jan 2010 11:06AM
One thing Sylvia, and its the same with doing mushrooms. The preperation time can be so long on these to visualise and get the framing right. Never rush them. Sit behind the camera and look hard for detail.
The left hand flower has an annoying pirce of grass running straight through it. Could easily have been held back or clipped.
Other than that superb detail on the Stitchwort and a superb exposure
8 10 10 England
21 Jan 2010 11:41AM
I didn't notice that stalk of grass and I think it's a lovely image. This happens to me sometimes - think you have the perfect image and then find out later that more thought initially would have paid dividends! Ah. well........
Dotrob 12 Wales
21 Jan 2010 12:49PM
Beautiful image.
danbrann 13 636 17
21 Jan 2010 4:18PM
Good use of a large bit of equipment producing an excellent image apart fro the grass on the Lh side.
Mynett 9 142 6 United Kingdom
21 Jan 2010 4:49PM
lovely delicate work

Steve_S Plus
12 180 3 United Kingdom
21 Jan 2010 6:18PM
Great image Sylvia, well exposed and great detail
Maiwand 10 3 73 England
21 Jan 2010 8:29PM
The Stichwort is a lovely delicate flower Sylvia and, apart from the tiny problem highlighted by Richard, you have captured this well. A pleasure to be 30.
21 Jan 2010 8:37PM
Certainly is better viewed large, a beautifully captured image Sylvia, some good advice as always, excellent exposure and detail, very well captured.
photophantom 9 108 3 Philippines
21 Jan 2010 9:19PM
pretty flowers, gorgeous shot Sylvia
21 Jan 2010 10:17PM
A lovely presentation Sylvia, lovely comp,
tigertimb 9 40 66 United Kingdom
28 Jan 2010 4:42PM
Great shot Sylvia with a lovely bit of contrast showing off the flowers, but I was going to make the exact comment that Richard has about the stray bit of grass.

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