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A fern unfolds in this photo.
Each spring, ferns grow new leaves (fronds) over the fronds from the previous year. While ferns are fairly tolerant plants requiring little maintenance to thrive, the older fronds should be trimmed each spring before the new fronds grow..
“I love looking at a close up shot of anything even a simple thing, this one looks definitely one of the best you had. I never seen Fern picture before except in my biology book. Everything is wonderful the angle, light and background. Eagerly waiting for your next picture, thanks for sharing.
It was truly beautiful, this kind of development simply show that a beauty comes along at a time…
I think this fern would look better during the day when struck with sunlight
I just love your pictures, very impressive. Everything is fine was just assuming the fern with the brighter light effect, during a sunny day could have been more attractive, It’s only my perception. Thanks for sharing this with us and I am looking forward to see more of this from you.
Amazing! I’ve never seen like this before. It would be great to find it during my practical session to sketch a genuine one of the species. Thanks for sharing a cool snap.
Awesome photography! Not many people are able to catch these kinds of pictures but Fern is really looking beautiful. I never seen Fern picture before so closely. All aspects in the picture is wonderful. Eagerly waiting for your next picture, thanks for sharing.
It looks really great! Thanks for sharing this beautiful photo…
Seriously speaking…. I have seen quite a lot of pictures but a picture of this in depth meaning was for the first time…. Great photography mate…. Keep up the work..
The sporophytic plant body of fern is divided into root, stem and leaves. Ferns have two types of conducting tissues: xylem and phloem. Xylem conducts water and minerals while phloem transports organic food from one part to another. They show alternation of generations and the sporophyte is the most prominent.
In fern, reproduction takes place by two methods: vegetative reproduction and reproduction by spores.
I only knew that there is a spring fern after I saw this. I thought there is only one kind of it.
This SPRING FERN photo is really beautiful, I love the way it spread into glow… Love it…
Photography is simply amazing this time, just like this spring fern photo.. It’s really beautiful…
I have a really good feeling about this picture. You really did a great job with your photography skills. Thank you very much for sharing this splendid photo of yours. Do you usually take pictures of plants?
I love the angle on this. Rule of thirds is really good!
The photo is really beautiful. It captures very well.
It’s as if you caught this little fern at the exact, precice, perfect moment. How lovely!
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