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Bloody Cranesbill, Dun Aengus, Inishmore by George Row

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    Camera: Canon 5d MkII     ||     Lens: EF24-70mm f/2.8L USM zoom(at 70mm)

  1. 13 th June 2014 Sold as a Card
  1. 11 th May 2014 Won the challenge for “Spring Flowers” in the group Backyard Close Ups
  1. 8 th November 2013 View Count reached 4,000
  1. featured in three groups: “WildFlowers of the World” , “Nature Photography Challenge” “Travel and Adventure”
  1. 10 th March 2013 View Count reached 3,000

This wild flower was photographed growing between the limestone blocks used to construct Dun Aengus Stone Fort on Inishmore (or Arainn) – the largest of the Aran Islands in Galway Bay, Ireland.

Its full common name is “Bloody Cranesbill”. This derives, not from the pink flowers, but from the leaves that turn red in Autumn. Its botanical name is “Geranium Sanguineum”. It is quite a rare wild flower in Ireland as a whole because of its preference for alkaline soil, which it finds in plenty on Inishmore.

The Aran Islands have a limestone geology and hence share many of their wild flowers with the nearby Burren region in County Clare on the Irish mainland.
 

This photograph is part of my postcard range. You can follow on to another gorgeous Very Ireland Post card .
 
This photograph is also available as part of a:

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History of this Photograph on RedBubble

  1. 13 th June 2014 Sold as a Card
  2. 11 th May 2014 Won the challenge for “Spring Flowers” in the group Backyard Close Ups
  3. 8 th November 2013 View Count reached 4,000
  4. 10 th March 2013 View Count reached 3,000
  5. 17th Feb 12 Sold as a Greetings Card
  6. 15th Sept 2011 featured in “Travel and Adventure”
  7. 12th Sept 2011 featured in “Nature Photography Challenge”
  8. 27th August 2011 viewed count reached 500
  9. 13th February 2011 viewed count passed 105
  10. 15th December 2010 featured in “WildFlowers of the World”.
  11. 13th November 2010 uploaded to RedBubble

 
Techie Photography detail:
    Image Mode: Raw
    Lens: EF24-70mm f/2.8L USM zoom (at 70mm),
    Camera: Canon 5d MkII
    Exposure: f16 1/200

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Comments

  • Digitalbcon
    Digitalbconalmost 4 years ago

    Gorgeous wildflower and excellent information!! Well done George!!

  • Blair, Thank you. George

    – George Row

  • Vickie Emms
    Vickie Emmsalmost 4 years ago

  • Oh Thank you Vickie! George

    – George Row

  • Lissie E J
    Lissie E Jalmost 4 years ago

    Lovely image

  • Lissie, Thank You. George

    – George Row

  • Lee Hiller
    Lee Hillerover 3 years ago

    Spectacular contrast fuchsia against the grey, perfection.

  • Ray Clarke
    Ray Clarkeover 3 years ago

  • Rene Hales
    Rene Halesover 3 years ago

  • Larry Trupp
    Larry Truppabout 3 years ago

  • Damienne Bingham
    Damienne Binghamabout 3 years ago

    Beautiful shot, George! That pop of colour – the tiny point of nature in all that concrete is great. Well seen and photographed!

  • Damienne,
    Thank you. The stones in the background are actually naturally occurring limestone, rather than concrete …. but yes whether man-made or natural it provided a strong contrasting background for the flower. George

    – George Row

  • Hans Bax
    Hans Baxabout 3 years ago

    Wonderful!!! Great image, beautiful colours and compo!
    You’ve got my vote!
    Good luck in the challenge!
    Cheers,
    Hans.

  • Hans,
    Thank you – and especially thanks for the vote! I see you have a great collection of flower photographs.

    – George Row

  • alienfunk
    alienfunkabout 3 years ago

    Congratulations!

  • Debi, thank you for featuring this flower photograph.

    – George Row

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