Soft on Prickly
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Earlier this week I posted a picture of Clematis climbing our common oak (www.treknature.com/gallery/photo145743.htm). Clematis cirrhosa will climb on any tree or shrub it finds (this answers you question, Sibel). In this case it climbs on Genista fasseleta, a very thorny stiff bush, at this time of year without its leaves or small yellow flowers, which will appear in May-June. In Israel Genista grows only in the Mt. Carmel area.|
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Nice shot and good composition. Thank's for the information string has joined to the Clematis photos.
Slightly dark photo. I offer a brighter and I suppose, more proper colors workshop.
Very nice image. I looked at the WorkShop version from Yedidia also, and got confused as to which one is looking better. Both versions are good in their own respect. However, given a chance to choose one between the two, I would rather select the original version. TFS.
Le mélange de ces deux espèces est original. Clematis cirrhosa semble abondante dans ton pays, beaucoup plus que dans le mien. Je ne connais pas du tout Genista fasseleta. Peut être pourras tu poster plus tard un sujet en fleurs?
Avec tous mes voeux de bonne année 2008