Catching the fleeting scenes of many splendored life with a camera.
'Look closely. The beautiful may be small' — Kant

16 March 2011

Spring Colours. Yellow and Red.
Yellow clover, Sweet Easter broom and Butcher's broom.

Early spring flowers start to pop up.
Melilotus officinalis, known as the yellow sweet clover, yellow melilot, ribbed melilot or common melilot is a species of legume native to Eurasia and introduced in North America, Africa and Australia. These days they bloom almost everywhere — in the birch grove undergrowth, in the garden or at the corner of the house.

Yellow clover undergrowth
Yellow clover  undergrowth. (© 2011 LightColourShade. All rights reserved)

yellow clover close-up
Yellow clover flowers in the grove close-up
(© Light Colour Shade. All rights reserved)

yellow clover flowers close-up
Yellow clover flowers close-up. (© Light Colour Shade. All rights reserved)

Yellow clover flowers close-up
Yellow clover close-up. (© 2011 Light Colour Shade. All rights reserved)

Sweet Easter broom, Genista spachiana or Cytisus spachianus is a broom native to the Canary Islands, on La Palma and Tenerife.

Easter broom, Genista spachiana
Sweet Easter broom

After having taken the shot I found out that a tiny spider came into view.

Sweet Easter broom close-up

I discovered that butcher's broom shrubs grow in the garden. It's a medicinal plant, since Butcher's broom tightens blood vessels and capillaries, it’s a good natural remedy for varicose veins. It enhances blood flow to the brain, legs, and hands, improves circulation, and is used to relieve constipation and water retention.

Butcher's broom, Ruscus aculeatus
Butcher's broom (Ruscus aculeatus) berries

Butcher's broom, Ruscus aculeatus berries
Butcher's broom berries

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