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|Flowering Opuntia ficus-indica (Cactaceae) near berber house in Ourika Valley (High Atlas Mts.). The plant is local called barbary fig or barbary pear and cultivated widespread in Morocco for fruits, as thorny hedge around pastures and as food for animals.|
The fruits are sold everywhere in Morocco, are really tasty, sweet and juicy. And very cheap, I've acquired a taste for it!
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- [2010-09-26 3:36]
Great details and colors...and great taste too!
Nice pic, sharp as a razorblade, but the composition should have been much more effective from a bit different PoV, if you place the focused flower on to the right and the blurred one on to the left side of the pic, not both as a straight line, and probably you shoot from a little closer. However, the technical skills are brilliant though.
Have a nice Christmas, best regards, László