Rubus ulmifolius sbsp sunctus
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|Rubus ulmifolius sbsp sunctus (Schreb.) Sudre|
Common name: Holly bramble
This is the flower of Rubus ulmifolius sbsp sunctus known as Holly bramble. This plant is very long lived. An instance of it can be found at the Chapel of the Burning Bush on Mount Sinai, where it is revered as the original burning bush of the Bible. This longevity and location lead to its Latin name.
The flower is very attractive to pollinators.
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- [2015-11-13 0:19]
As you would expect, this one is very common here on the Holy Land...
Nice capture of a lovely flower. The cropping at the bottom is a bit too tight, though.
Alos, it should be 'ssp. sanctus'
- [2015-11-13 2:47]
Hi Nikos,you cut a bit the lower part but the rest is absolutely perfect,i like the exposure,perfect to create and excellent dark background,fine details and bright colors too.Have a nice WE and thanks,Luciano
very nice to see this flower in this time of year
nice colours to
thanks gr lou
- [2015-11-13 20:30]
What an interesting and lovely flowering plant. Nicely displayed in excellent detail and natural colors. This is the first time I have ever seen this species, thank you for sharing it with us.
- [2015-11-16 5:04]
Lovely shot! The flower is quite exceptional and beautiful. Well done on details and lighting. I like the POV and framing a lot!Regards Sigi
- [2015-11-16 8:20]
Interesting light,amazing colours and perfect sharpness details.