I also like the back lighting, and I like the plant. Thanks to you I know now what Dipsacus is called in English. Does your species also bloom pale purplish?
People here dry them and decorate their homes with it.
Thank you everyone for the comments. the lighting was great and it drew me to the subject. I ve seen these in shades of purple. I have also seen them with a ring of what appears to be a substance around them. perhaps an isects eggs. I am looking into information on them now. Usually when I find a subject that I photograph I will look into field guides and publications to learn more about it. It is a fun cycle of learning.