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N 251 B 2.2K C 62 E Jan 11, 2020 F Jan 11, 2020
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Discharged seed pods of Dog Strangling Vine (Cynanchum rossicum).

Native to Southern Europe, Dog Strangling Vine is a highly invasive plant in parts of North America . Although it is not known to strangle dogs, its thick mats of vegetation choke out native herbaceous plants and trees and threaten forest ecosystems.

Photo taken 28 Dec 2019, Ontario Canada

Camera: Olympus EM5 MkII

Lens: Meyer Optik Görlitz Domiron 2/50 (1960s)

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Tags:   Meyer Optik Görlitz Domiron Domiron Vintage lens Eden Bromfield Dog Strangling Vine Cynanchum rossicum invasive plant Canada Bokeh

N 195 B 2.3K C 39 E Jan 4, 2020 F Jan 3, 2020
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Apricot jelly fungus is widely distributed in the Northern hemisphere. The translucent orange fruiting bodies typically grow in coniferous forests associated with rotting wood.
The fungus has been reported to have anti cancer properties.

Photo taken Sept 2019.

Old growth white cedar forest, Percé, Quebec, Canada

Camera: Sony a7 III

Lens: Meyer Optik Görlitz Oreston 50/1.8 (1960's twin zebra version; M42)

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Tags:   Apricot jelly fungus Eden Bromfield Fungus orange Guepinia helvelloides Canada nature Mycology

N 152 B 2.3K C 48 E Dec 23, 2019 F Dec 22, 2019
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Camera: Olympus EM1 MkII

Lens: Olympus 40-150 mm f2.8

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Tags:   Festive season Christmas Portrait

N 199 B 2.5K C 46 E Dec 18, 2019 F Dec 18, 2019
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Deep in sleep, a polar bear is oblivious to its surroundings.

Sea ice near Bylot Island, Nunavut, Canada

Photograph taken May 2019

Camera: Olympus EM5 MkII

Lens: Olympus 12-200mm F3.5-6.3

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Tags:   Polar bear sea ice Floe edge sleep dream Nature wildlife Canada Nunavut Bylot Island

N 183 B 2.7K C 22 E Dec 14, 2019 F Dec 14, 2019
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The Tuberous Grass Pink Orchid (Calopogon tuberosus) is widely distributed in East North America and grows in wetlands such as bogs and fens. Like many orchids, the flowers produce no nectar and do not reward insect pollinators.

Photo taken July 2019

West Quebec, Canada

Camera: Sony a7

Lens: Aires Coral 4.5 cm f1.5 (circa 1950s from a 35V Rangefinder camera). Fitted with focusing helicoid and improvised adapter.


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Tags:   Calopogon tuberosus Grass Pink Orchid Aires Coral 4.5 cm f1.5 lens Bokeh Flower Orchid Nature Eden Bromfield Canada


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