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Mauve mob | by Thomas Cizauskas
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Mauve mob

These ~4-cm mauve wood sorrel wildflowers were blooming in a field just beyond the perimeter of...


Seminary Wood

Decatur (Legacy Park), Georgia, USA.

14 May 2020.



▶ A few months after I uploaded the photo, pianist Antonio Castagna noticed it and offered this in response: "With Claude Debussy's Rêverie, performed by me, I comment on your excellent image. Emotions between reality and dream." Ain't the world weird and wonderful, sometimes?


▶ See the performance: here.



Violet wood-sorrel (Oxalis violacea) is a native plant in much of the United States, from the Rocky Mountains east to the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico coasts, and through Eastern Canada. It has a tendency to cluster in open places in damp woods and on stream banks, and in moist prairies.




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▶ Camera: Olympus OM-D E-M10 II.

---> Lens: Fujian 35mm ƒ/1.6 CCTV II cine lens

---> Focal length: 35.0 mm

---> Aperture: ƒ/1.6

---> Shutter speed: 1/3200

---> ISO: 200

---> C-mount adaptor

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Taken on May 14, 2020