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Flower Stack - Queen Anne’s Lace

Yannik Hay

Gatineau/Ottawa, Canada

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2 Wins
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Winner in Avatar Challenge in Wildflowers of the World on 2013-03-24
Winner in Your VERY BEST Wildflowers challenge in Wildflowers of North America on 2013-03-06
Tie Win in Rainbow – Colour GREEN challenge in Nature Photography Challenge on 2012 June
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3rd Placement in Alphabet Blooms Beginning With – Q challenge in Nature Photography Challenge on 2011-09-21
4th Placement in Bokeh challenge in Art and Collectables Sales on 2012-06-16
4th Placement in Anything Green Saint Patrick’s Day in All Things Twin on 2012-04-02
5th Placement in Rainbow – Colour GREEN in Nature Photography Challenge on 2012-05-31
5th Placement in Wildflowers challenge in ENCHANTED FLOWERS on 2012-05-20
5th Placement in Color Me Green challenge in Color Me a Rainbow group on the 2010-06-20
6th Placement in Monochrome Voucher Challenge in Artistry Group on 2013-01-08
9th Placement in October Voucher Challenge in Wild Flowers of the World on 2012-11-03
Featured in Wild Flowers of North America on 2013-04-12
Featured in Green Artistry on 2012-07-05
Featured in Nature Photography Challenge on 2012-06-20
Featured in INTERNATIONAL SHOWCASE on 2012-05-13
Featured on Explore on 2012-03-25
Featured in Nature Photography Challenge on 2011-10-03
Featured in Shapes & Patterns group on the 2011-05-12
Featured in Colour Me a Rainbow group on the 2010-06-06
Featured on the 2010-03-17 in Complex Simplicity group.
Featured on the 2010-03-08 in For the Love of Canon group.
Wild carrot was introduced and naturalised in North America, where it is often known as “Queen Anne’s lace”. Both Anne, Queen of Great Britain, and her great grandmother Anne of Denmark are taken to be the Queen Anne for which the plant is named.34 It is so called because the flower resembles lace; the red flower in the center is thought to represent a blood droplet where Queen Anne pricked herself with a needle when she was making the lace. The function of the tiny red flower, coloured by anthocyanin, is to attract insects. ref: Wikipedia

Location: Gatineau, Qc, Canada
Date: 2008:07:20
Copyright: Yannik Hay
Canon EOS 40D
Exposure Time: 1/1000.0 seconds
FNumber: 5.6
ISO 400
Lens: 100-400mm F/4.5-5.6 L IS USM@400.0mm

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