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I have no idea what plant, bush, tree, whatever this is going to turn into but they were all over the park floor by the river. Anyone have any ideas? These three shots show the plants opening at various stages. … Continue reading
I don’t have any shamrocks, blarney stones, shillelaghs, or banshee photos just this image of a philodendron to represent the showing of the green. No Guinness or Smithwick’s but I may run to the pub or grocery store for a … Continue reading
But it is the shape of an anthurium plant; commonly known as tail flower, flamingo flower and lace leaf. It’s a very pretty plant but it is also poisonous with sap that is irritating to the eyes and skin. … Continue reading
F 4.5 – 1/800 – ISO100 – 100mm – Canon 5DMIII
When one photographs people there is a certain amount of communication between the photographer and the subject in order to reach the end result; the photograph desired by those on both sides of the camera. But what about when … Continue reading
How many times have you walked past something familiar and just kept walking; not taking a moment to notice anything about it? Can you imagine how many amazing things you might have missed by doing this? We had gone out … Continue reading
Haven’t the slightest idea what kind of plant/flower this is…anyone out there know? I’m drawn to vibrant colors in nature – especially the color purple.
That’s what the little sign said in the garden next to these flowers. One of the docents was explaining to someone something about holding a match near the flowers fumes and…foom! So I just had to Google it and look … Continue reading