Posted by Tamara (Aarschot, Belgium) on 9 November 2009 in Plant & Nature and Portfolio.

Hi everyone and many thanks for taking the time to view and comment my photos. I really appreciate your visits :)

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Scott F. Schilling from San Martin, United States

I like the reds and the composition and point of view on this one!

9 Nov 2009 5:44am

@Scott F. Schilling: Thank you very much for your comment Scott. I'm glad you like it.

Nance E from Cary, United States

Gorgeous color.

9 Nov 2009 7:00am

@Nance E: Thank you Nance, I appreciate your comment :) I like the colors too (all bright colors btw).

Naama from Herut, Israel

I love the position too. it realy makes the reds look different!

9 Nov 2009 7:20am

@Naama: Thank you for your comment Naama, much appreciated :)

Vert Pomme from Montreuil Sous Bois, France

Superbe le contraste entre ces "amours en cage" et le feuillage quasi noir des heuchères. Très bel ensemble.
Bonne journée.

9 Nov 2009 7:26am

@Vert Pomme: Merci pour ton commentaire, super gentil. Oui, oui... toujours les couleurs vives ;)

Foto-aksent from Binkom, Belgium

Mooie kleuren en opnamestandpunt!

9 Nov 2009 7:52am

@Foto-aksent: Dank je wel :)

Nigel from Avening, United Kingdom

Great colour and texture Tamara

9 Nov 2009 7:58am

@Nigel: Thank you very much Nigel, much appreciated :)

Yvon from Orléans, France

wow, beautiful flowers

9 Nov 2009 8:06am

@Yvon: Thank you Yvon, much appreciated :)

mayoline from Hoorn, Netherlands

Mooi standpunt en prachtige kleuren. Mooi gedaan Tamara! Fijne dag, Marjolein

9 Nov 2009 8:47am

@mayoline: Dank je wel voor je commentaar Marjolein, nog een prettige dag verder :)

Christel from Köln, Germany

Good morning, Tamara,
this recording is clear and has bright colors. The presentation of Physalis pleases me very well. It looks very decorative. I wish you a nice day. Dear greetings Christel

9 Nov 2009 9:44am

@Christel: Hi Christel, thanks a lot for your sweet comment, I appreciate :) Have a nice day.

zOOm from Paris, France

Comme de petites loupiottes ou de petits coeurs accrochés !

9 Nov 2009 10:05am

@zOOm: Oui, j'adore ces fleurs sous toutes leurs formes : fleurs, fruits... et également la saveur acidulée du fruit :) Merci pour ton commentaire zOOm :)

Steven from Chicagoland, United States

A very interesting-looking plant with its papery husk that adds a lot of color.

9 Nov 2009 1:25pm

@Steven: Thank you for your comment Steven, much appreciated :)

MARIANA from Waterloo, Canada

Very pretty composition . Great DOF and processing !

9 Nov 2009 2:15pm

@MARIANA: Thank you so much for your comment Mariana, highly appreciated :)

Elora from Genoa, Italy

I remember we used to call these chinese lanterns...nice colours, wonderful for fall!

9 Nov 2009 2:26pm

@Elora: Yes, that's the common name for physalis :) Thank you for your comment Elora, much appreciated :)

kate from lincolnshire, United Kingdom

ooo lovely shot:) and plant which i have a smaller one of..
do you know the name of this plant?

9 Nov 2009 3:53pm

@kate: Hi Kate, and thanks for your comment. These plants are called physalis, the fruit of it can be eaten. Btw, you can find physalis fruit photos in my portfolio ;) It has a nice acidulated taste and makes a wonderful decoration on a desert plate. Hope this helps...

/\/\ ! /\/ /\ from Tehran, Iran

j'aime ces fleurs!!!! une jolie photo .... :-)

9 Nov 2009 4:08pm

@/\/\ ! /\/ /\: Merci beaucoup pour ce sympathique commentaire :)

Zora Zoé from Berlin, Germany

Aloha Tamara, such a great contrast between the fresh and the withered plant in the back - the physalis looks like little paper lanterns - very well done !! :)) Love, Zora

9 Nov 2009 6:52pm

@Zora Zoé: Thank you for your comment Zora, much appreciated :)

Kiwisa from North Shore, New Zealand

Gorgeous colour, they do look like little lanters. Lovely photo.

9 Nov 2009 6:57pm

@Kiwisa: Thank you for your comment Kiwisa, highly appreciated :)

Chris Pereira from San Jose, CA, United States

great reds and greens.

10 Nov 2009 5:48am

@Chris Pereira: Thank you very much for your comment Chris, much appreciated :)

Pavan Kaul from Mumbai, India

Superb composition and color!!

10 Nov 2009 7:39am

@Pavan Kaul: Thank you for your comment Pavan, much appreciated :)

Jean-Luc from Lyon, France

quelles belles couleurs dans cette composition !

10 Nov 2009 8:31am

@Jean-Luc: Merci beaucoup pour ton commentaire Jean-Luc :)

kate from lincolnshire, United Kingdom

thanks for you info Tamara, though I dont think they are all edible,

10 Nov 2009 1:53pm

@kate: You're welcome. It could be that some are not edible... I only buy them at the supermarket when I use them for desert. So be careful anyway ;)

Antoine from BOURGES, France

Bonsoir. Magnifique composiition. Je te souhaite de passer une très bonne soirée. Amicalement Antoine.

10 Nov 2009 10:18pm

@Antoine: Merci beaucoup pour ton sympathique commentaire Antoine, très très bonne journée :)

uvaraj from New Jersey, United States

lovely colors, light and POV. Nice :)

11 Nov 2009 2:05am

@uvaraj: Thank you very much for your comment, much appreciated :)

Francesc B. from région parisienne, France

Une vue originale, du dessous... jamais mangé les fruits, je ne le savais même pas... quelle lacune...
j'ai une photo de physalis aussi ICI

15 Nov 2009 2:04pm

@Francesc B.: Par contre il faut être prudent... d'après Kate (ci-dessus) toutes ne seraient pas comestibles... donc, méfiance ! Wow ta photo de physalis est superbe !!! Je vais de ce pas faire un commentaire ;) Merci encore pour ton passage :) Et bon dimanche.

Jacqueline from Courcelles, Belgium

Belles, belles, belles... les tiennes sont bien colorées tandis que les miennes sur la neige étaient très sèches. La semaine derniere sur Saint-Gilles j'ai vu que l'on en vendait, certainement pour les fruits.... Je te souhaite un très beau début de semaine Tamara.

22 Mar 2010 12:03am

@Jacqueline: Oui, mais elles n'ont pas été photographiées au même moment, les miennes datent du début de l'automne quand elles sont encore bien oranges ! Merci pour ton commentaire Jacqueline, je te souhaite une superbe semaine également :)

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