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No worries Emma. I've just seen a lot of them, same with H. perforatum...
Daniel, it is Hypericum calycinum!! You are a Hypericum expert!
thanks for letting me know Daniel.i will do a quick check and be back!
Emma I wonder whether this is rather Hypericum calycinum, which is prostrate with solitary flowers. H. perforatum has flowers in cymes.
Its like yourhttp://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/657...
pyoung,this is used as a herbal remedy for Depression.Just ,yesterday I saw a spotting of the same flower ,very clear and pretty.
Yes, Emma I agree with you! The deer are very hard to spot in the wild, they are so beautiful! Oh and I think this photo is very interesting. The color is pretty and I never saw a plant like this.
no luck in that area. though i saw a beautiful Deer with antlers!! It was very shy and it ran away. Spotting wild life in the wild is truly an exhilarating feeling.
Means fully dripping sweat making atmosphere...its nice to see snakes (and many reptiles) climbed on shrub plants...!!
Means fully dripping sweat making atmosphere...its nice to see snakes*and many reptiles) climber on shrub plants...!!
Very good photo!
Ashish, I was waiting to hear that:))It is 101 degrees today and I totally accidentally tumbled upon this spotting.Yes , I will try and get under exposed image when i go on that side again..
Emma, Can you take little and more under exposed images (if able to shoot again)This is very spectacular flower..!!
Spotted on Jun 22, 2011 Submitted on Jun 22, 2011