|Copyright: Ori Fragman Sapir (fragman)
|Date Taken: 2008-05-14|
|Exposure: f/11, 1/250 seconds|
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|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2008-05-28 8:47|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|another pic of Onobrychis cornuta. A famous-common shrublet of SW Asian mountains. Its a cushion-like spiny plant, adapted to the very cold, often overgrazed habitat. Dr Oz Goan found out that the spines cause the snow to melt more quickly around the plant, hence elongating the very short growth time. In peak blooming is look like a purple cushion. Here u can see a young plnat that was found near the road in Mt Hermon, 2000m.|
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Great photo of this interesting plant. Should be good into my parents' garden. :) Tfs, regards, László
- [2008-05-28 10:17]
great composition,colours and detail of this lovely shrub.
Anita & Mike
- [2008-05-28 15:09]
Greetings from Jasper National Park.
A lovely and skillful shot. Lovely detail exposure and colour - I find plants like this very difficult to capture well.
A fine shrub in full bloom in its natural niche, as usual expertly photographed Ori. TFSit my friend.
Beautiful species and interesting. Very spiny. The photos made in sunny days are not very good. But it is a good photo.
All the best, Cezar T.
- [2008-05-29 11:46]
An even better shot, beautiful! That looks like something that you'd find in a rock garden, very attractive. Excellent photo, nice composition.