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White spring flowers... ID needed

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I'm looking for ID, name of that flower:

 

D7P5KR

D7P5KX

 

I thought it's Chionodoxa but still doubting... Any ideas, any master of flora here? :)

Plant growing in early spring season in Poland.

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Wow, that was so fast! And I was looking for that for months...

Thank you very, VERY much! :D

 

Ps. I love your images, great PF :)

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Remember, always take a photo of the botanical sign displayed next to the plant! ;-)

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And how to do it at meadow or during the walk in park? ;)

I usually don't know what is going on in grass, until I sit down... Then the little flowerets just come to me, almost asking for photo :P

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I have to ask one more thing as I'm confused. If we talk about macro, zoom of plants do we mean closeup or close-up or maybe close up? I used to write both but someone told me that closeup means closing shop, from close, closed... And close-up means macro. Is it correct?

Every dictionary says something else...

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I use closeup, close-up and close up as keywords. They all mean the same as macro.

'Close up' might be an American usage but here we say a shop 'shuts'.

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Closeup, close-up, close up,...depending on the search engine (not all needed for some) are the typical horticultural uses for closeup ( :) ). Any and all plant agencies, I have or still send work to, use that and rarely use macro. Macro used to be used for natural history agencies where the subject was 1:1 or greater in the image.

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