|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|While Cotoneasters are known as very popular garden shrubs, grown for their attractive form and decorative fruit, this one is a wild species, found in Israel only at h higher elevation os Mt. Hermon. The fruit shown here are about 8 mm in size. Note the characteristic fine hair covering the fruit.|
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- [2010-10-04 12:49]
I didn't know there was a wild species of Cotoneaster in Israel. We hav some growing wild in our woods but they are garden escapes!
This is a superb sharp close up of the berries and leaves of this species. The composition and natural colours are great with the hairs of both the leaves and berries well seen.
Thanks and kind regards,
Good sharp and detailed image from this fruit.
Great pov and blurred bg.
Fine natural colours.
Excellent capture of these tatsy looking fruits of this Cotoneaster. The clarity and focus look impeccable, excellent background too.
TFS and have a nice night MF!
This is an awesome shot!
Very well saturated colours, fantastic sharpness and a wonderful frame!
nice to see the felted character of this plant, dash Ori