Branches with Berries and rounded Leaves
I noticed this shrub near the old fence. I don't know the name of this shrub, but I know that its berries are not edible and may even be poisonous. I was attracted by the structure and color of the leaves of this shrub. The color of the leaves had a slightly yellowish tint combined with a light green color.
The leaves of this shrub have a beautiful structure and an interesting top layer. Some leaves were slightly torn and dry. Perhaps the leaves were burnt by the rays of the bright sun and have now acquired such a leaf structure.
Few petals were completely yellow and stood out among the green-yellow leaves that covered mostly the entire shrub. I walked around the bushes on both sides and took some photos. The thorny grass made it a little difficult for me to get into a comfortable pose for photographs, so at times it was difficult for me to choose the right angle.
The berries mostly had a dried appearance, but this did not spoil the appearance of the photos at all, but gave them a little more detail and a bright look.
- Canon EOS 70D
- Canon EF 50mm f/1.4
- Diaphragm f/2
- Excerpt 1/800 s
- ISO 100
- Capture One