All we are is dust in the wind – Count your blessings – Go take more photos
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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.
Do You See What I See…
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Walking through the grounds of Florida Southern College was a small garden space across from one of the dorms. Here is a close up view of the underside of the garden gazebo roof. The photo was taken while standing at the entrance looking up. A tight shot was framed in camera with this as the end result. Revealed is this BOLD design from the components of the wood framed structure, shadows and blue sky. Anyone knowing my style of photo-art will understand why this was an image that couldn’t be passed by.
I see a spider web, Do You See What I See????
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A Macro Monday shot of an ORNAMENTAL tree flush with blooms. The flowers actually have a pale yellow – green cast on each of the petals and the leaves have a waxy appearance. Unfortunately I am unable to identify the tree species.
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This is a photo of a Bottle Brush tree in full bloom. The FUZZY red blooms resemble a bottle brush. This is an evergreen tree that blooms several times a year beginning at late winter through early summer. The fullest flush of the downward growing flower are during late winter to early spring.