Archive for 'Aizoaceae'

Corbichonia decumbens

This one I found on the riverside of Kalesan gorge, which means it must endure flash floods – impressive! Aperture: ƒ/13 Camera: NIKON D4 Focal length: 210mm ISO: 200 Shutter speed: 1/640 s

Corbichonia decumbens

This one I found on the riverside of Kalesan gorge, which means it must endure flash floods – impressive! Aperture: ƒ/13 Camera: NIKON D4 Focal length: 210mm ISO: 200 Shutter speed: 1/640 s

Aizoon canariense UV

As the petals were gone (I found none in bloom), this photo is more on the developing fruit than a true flower. Aperture: ƒ/8 Camera: NIKON D7100 Focal length: 105mm ISO: 800 Shutter speed: 1/100 s

Aizoon canariense

This species thrives on the flats close to the ocean, and are very small and inconspicuous. In fact I had to use my macro to see the flowers! Lots of goats roam the areas around the Detwah lagoon of west Socotra where these are photographed, and they trample the ground and the small plants, but […]

Aizoon canariense

This species thrives on the flats close to the ocean, and are very small and inconspicuous. In fact I had to use my macro to see the flowers as the petals are long gone! Lots of goats roam the areas around the Detwah lagoon of west Socotra where these are photographed, and they trample the […]