- maaciejka (27117)
- [2011-06-22 12:50]
I like this plant. In my opinion very good sharpness, so I can see a lot of details. Amazing green colours. Very good macro shot.
Thanks for sharing,
I didn't know there was a species of Asclepia in Israel, even though it is rare.
Both the main and the WS images are excellent and show with fine clarity and natural colours its features.
As Asclepias are the host plant of American Monarch butterflies this rare plant could be threatened as Monarchs have become established in the Canary Islands...
Thanks for sharing both the images and the note.
- Miss_Piggy (18714)
- [2011-06-22 13:19]
This is truly beautiful. The presentation as a whole is praiseworthy as it is such a pleasure to look at and admire a part of the wonderful Creation through your cameralens. These flowers are so delicatetaly shaped and formed and each flower is unique. An excellent macro which shows perfect focus on all the fine details. What a pleasure, to wittness such a beautiful flower! Thanks for sharing. Best regards.
great capture, I know these plants near the lower ski lift... yom tov, Ori
- chrimakris (26007)
- [2011-06-22 21:43]
Great photo with excellent composition and wonderful lighting. The sharpness is impressive.
- nagraj (15166)
- [2011-06-22 22:02]
Very interesting plant species with green flowers, well captured with fine viewpoint. tfs.
- yiannis (5400)
- [2011-06-23 1:27]
Hello Ishi. Interesting species of Vincetoxicum. We have V. canescence here in the mountains with interesting fruit. Nice photo. regards yiannis