A lovely shot of this dried out stem of Tamus communis(?) carrying the lovely red fruit in various stages of development.
Today I have a question for you. You are a well travelled, respectable and knowledgeable botanist and must know the common names of all these wonderful species of fauna you always spoil us with. I just wonder why I've never (ever) seen one occasion when you mentioned the common or local name of any plant to us laymen. Yes of course it is essential and beneficial to identify a species by its binomial name, but is there any other specific reason for this purist approach? It is no big deal, but I am just curious.
Anyway, well done and TFS.
- Ark (58)
- [2009-11-12 18:55]
Excellent contrast with the colors of the background! nice capture.
- joska (22535)
- [2009-11-12 20:12]
Very good photo of this Tamus!
- boreocypriensis (9571)
- [2009-11-12 21:45]
Shalom and Good Morning MF Ori,
Amazing and flawless close-up of these beautiful berries.
The colours, BG, POV/DOF, composition and clarity are all superb.
TFS and have a nice WE!
- Argus (50626)
- [2009-11-12 23:13]
Excellent sharp shot of the berries against a fine habitat Bg. great lighting and colours.
Thanks and have a great weekend,
- Pitoncle (9508)
- [2009-11-16 9:17]
Très belle publication mettant remarquablement bien le sujet en valeur.
A bientôt sur TN pour de nouvelles aventures.
- bartove (7772)
- [2009-11-30 6:42]
Very good photo.
Great lighting beautiful berries.