Asparagus

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Elaine Teague

BRIDGETOWN, Australia

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My images are not in the public domain. All images are copyright Elaine Teague. All rights reserved. They should not be published, transferred, reproduced, modified or used in any way or in any part thereof without my written permission. If you wish to purchase any of my images you may safely do so through this site.
Canon 7D, Canon 50mm prime lens
Taken on the banks of the Blackwood River in Bridgetown, Western Australia.
This asparagus is growing prolifically along one section of the Blackwood River and is fodder for a number of locals. We pick it when it’s ready, cook it and then eat. Yummy.

“Wild asparagus (Asparagus racemosus) is a species of asparagus with a long history of use in India and other parts of Asia as a botanical medicine. Many medicinal qualities of wild asparagus have been associated with phytonutrients present in its roots, and especially one type of phytonutrients called saponins. Recent research has shown that the species of asparagus most commonly consumed in the U.S. (Asparagus officinalis) also contains saponins, not only in its root portion put also in its shoots. Saponins found in common, everyday asparagus include asparanin A, sarsasapogenin, and protodioscin. Asparagus even contains small amounts of the diosgenin – one of the best-studied saponins that is especially concentrated in yam. Saponins in food have repeatedly been shown to have anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer properties, and their intake has also been associated with improved blood pressure, improved blood sugar regulation, and better control of blood fat levels.”
Source: World’s Healthiest Foods

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International Women’s Photography – 7 February 2014
The Addicted Photographer – 1 February 2014
Everyday Women – 1 February 2014

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