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The story behind the anemone flower’s name is a sad one. The name comes from Greek and roughly translates into “windflower”. It is said in Greek Mythology that the anemone flower sprang up from the blood of Aphrodite’s slain lover, Adonis. The name “windflower” signifies that the wind that blows the petal open will also, eventually, blow the dead petals away.

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  • Copyright: Devrim Daycan (gelinccik) Silver Note Writer [C: 8 W: 0 N: 18] (227)
  • Genre: Τοποθεσίες
  • Medium: Έγχρωμο
  • Date Taken: 2011-03-20
  • Categories: Φύση
  • Έκθεση: f/4, 1/200 δευτερόλεπτα
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  • Έκδοση φωτογραφίας: Πρωτότυπη έκδοση
  • Date Submitted: 2012-05-25 13:36
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