poniedziałek, 22 sierpnia 2011

Photographic Interpretation 23 August - Propagation

These seem to be dead plants, right? No. Do you see the dark spot inside the tube on the left? The flowers are gone, but there are seeds inside these dry structures. Every time the wind is strong enough to move the plant, the seeds fall off the dry remainders of the flower on the ground... there will be new flowers next year

Propagation can refer to:
Reproduction, and other forms of multiplication or increase
- Plant propagation, the production of more plants by seeds, cuttings, grafting or other methods
- Propagation of schema, in artificial reproduction
- Wave propagation, the motion of waves or the transfer of energy by wave action
- Radio propagation, the application of wave propagation to radio communications
- Software propagation, the distribution of free software in a manner explicitly permitted under the applicable license
- Propaganda

10 komentarzy:

  1. Glad you have joined in - welcome.
    A lot of flowers propagate by shaking their seeds out, the poppy being an example. Nicely thought capture.

  2. You are taking some very nice photos and as I love all plants, I am enjoying them....I especially like this photo.

  3. I like this interpretation... nice texture of what seems to be a corolla-like...
    Thanks for the explanation.

  4. Oh what a wonderful shot of the seeds inside. I bet this plant looks really pretty blowing in the wind even tho it is done.

  5. o matko! to jest roślina?wygląda jakby z lnu zrobione cosik....albo z papieru ryżowego:))

  6. Moni, tak wygląda orlik (aquilegia vulgaris) po przekwitnięciu, z tych suchych trąbek wysypują się nasiona

  7. fajna ta roślinka, zdjęcie też niczego sobie.

    Can I join the game too?

  8. Great take on the theme. Love the texture. Welcome. My link: