Landscape Photography

Urn by the house landscapeDo you think this garden view would be considered as a landscape photograph?

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An ORDINARY wildflower

Ordinary - wild flower1This native Florida wildflower is an ORDINARY sight along marshlands it is a white milkweed.

It stands about 6 inches high and blooms are approximately the size of the tip of an index finger.

It doesn’t resemble the northern variety of milkweed at all.

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Gopher Turtle’s favorite FOOD

Food : prickly pear cactus1After photographing this cactus I discovered that this Prickly Pear Cactus is a favorite food of Gopher Turtle’s.

The turtle in the background on the left side went unnoticed until the photo was viewed on the computer.

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Some CHILDHOOD interests never change

Growing up in a rural area my CHILDHOOD interests were connected to nature.

This week while removing Bagworm caterpillar crystallines from a holly bush this little tree frog sat on an inner leaf watching me.

I moved some of the outer leaves to get a better look then grabbed the camera. 

The Cheshire Cat look in its eyes just says how my presence affected him.

For more info on Bagworms see my pervious post One of natures Zany creatures

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The Philodendron Selloum Spathe is not a flower but it is a TREASURE

 A TREASURE tucked within a Philodendron Selloum, (aka: Cut Leaf or Lacy Tree Philodendron) was a spathe.

A spathe lasts 2 days and is an outer leaf that protects the white spadix, the reproductive part of the plant.  

This spathe was approximately one foot high.

 The second photo is the leaves of this tropical plant.

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Early summer FLOWERS in the garden

Early summer is a delight for gardeners because of the abundance of FLOWERS. 

This is a macro view into a Southern Magnolia bloom.

The close up look into the flower brought to mind how much this looks like a Jack in the Pulpit and a Peace Lily.

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