|Copyright: Muhammad Shaukat (shaukatmi)
|Date Taken: 2016-04-26|
|Camera: Sony Alpha 100 Digital SLR|
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|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2016-04-27 15:41|
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|California poppy plant growing between bricks.|
It is a perennial or annual growing to 5–60 in (13–152 cm) tall, with alternately branching glaucous blue-green foliage. The leaves are alternately divided into round, lobed segments. The flowers are solitary on long stems, silky-textured, with four petals, each petal 2 to 6 cm (0.79 to 2.36 in) long and broad; flower color ranges from yellow to orange, with flowering from February to September in the northern hemisphere (spring, summer, autumn). The petals close at night or in cold, windy weather and open again the following morning, although they may remain closed in cloudy weather. The fruit is a slender, dehiscent capsule 3 to 9 cm (1.2 to 3.5 in) long, which splits in two to release the numerous small black or dark brown seeds.
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Bom dia Muhammad.
This is one of your best photos showing the life force in a beautiful metaphor.
I commend not only the beauty of the picture as the quality of the capture of yellow.
HI Muhammad, yellow is another of those colours that can be harsh in bright light but handled quite well here. Strong little suckers the old poppy. I might have cloned out the dying bit at the bottom. Fiona
The contrasts of the hard brick wall and the natural soft plant is well shown as is the powerful and beautiful forces of nature.