Threatened Plant being Restored
- nirmalroberts (2857)
- [2008-06-23 4:10]
Very interesting and beautiful plant. Nice, well captured, representative picture. Thanks a lot for sharing this rare plant.
- red45 (31094)
- [2008-06-23 4:11]
I hope this nice looking plant will be common again! I like its flowers - look almost black. Or maybe something wrong is with my eyes :-) I had small sunburn after chasing 4-spotted chasers yesterday :-)
I hope everything is ok with you and family, my friend!
- mayuresh (920)
- [2008-06-23 5:01]
Thanks for sharing this rare plant with good informative note and you have capture it very well with good details.
- eqshannon (31141)
- [2008-06-23 7:08]
Regular spurge we do have here in WA but I had not heard of this one. Now spurge here is considered a noxious weed and here you show quite the opposite...an endangered plant. How contradicting in sciences and agriculture but easily explained by your fine notes!
- MMM (11425)
- [2008-06-23 9:37]
Nice presentation.Good POV and sharp image.Details are good.
Good Text to.
- eng55 (5892)
- [2008-06-23 10:34]
Interesting plant, i'd never seen before.Exposure is spot on,well caught and composed.Excellent note too!
Thanks for posting.
- goldyrs (11497)
- [2008-06-23 18:31]
I keep wondering,Janice, how easily life can be destroyed,any life, human, animal or plant and the how difficult it is to nurture life, on the other hand.We tread upon life and we don't care, life goes on...
we make lives hell, but hell..life goes on.....
we live a life losing life...and life still goes on....
we end up ending life and procreation for some...and still believe life goes on!!!
A beautiful shot, dear Janice, that reminds us that all life is precious!
- Argus (50626)
- [2008-06-24 4:38]
Excellent portrait of this threatened plant, the Shore Spurge. One wonders why it has become so threatened, but it is attractiveas shown by this fine and sharp image. I hope the conservation measures succeed.
TFS this fine contribution to TN,
- yasin (129)
- [2008-06-26 21:33]
Superb sharpness showing fine details.
Beautiful colors, Janice. TFS!
This is "Hot" Janice! :)
You know, all we folk talk about is hot, hot, hot ;}}
- uleko (10940)
- [2008-06-28 8:08]
What a lovely close-up of this beautiful Euphorbia, showing the little flowers very clearly. Great sharpness and beautiful colour in a fine composition. I wonder why this beautiful native Euphorbia became extinct? I sincerely hope they will succeed in propagating it further!
TFS and cheers, Ulla