Excelente, adorei os tons e a perspectiva!
Your flora photos are always spectacular! I'm sure you could sell these to some plant magazines!
What a beautiful flowering cactus! The angle you shot it from is inspired (!) showing it off to great effect. The needles are patterned like many organized stars. A galaxy unto itself.P.S. Yes, it was a pine cone from the Coulter Pine only found in the coastal mountains of southern California. It is the largest pine cone in the world! Each year a $1000 reward is given to whoever finds the biggest one that year. We have a couple at home but are still on the lookout for "the big one!"
Lindo, mas atenção que pica;o)
Preciosa imagen, una pasada, me encanta.Un saludo.
Beautiful, and a very interesting angle!
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Jm....This is a spectacular capture of one impressive cactus. The blooms are so lovely but the rest yells OUCH to me loudly. I really like the way the shot looks with the red background. What a delightful image you have given us today.
Thank You very much for sharing! I have not seen before it! Wonderful photo!
Isn't that a very rare occasion? I am not very familiar with cactus but I have heard that they bloom very rare.
@Sailor: Most cacti take a long time before they bloom for the first time, but once they do, they will bloom every year. Mine do! :-)
That is absolutely beautiful!! I am honored that you took time to look at my cacti post. My pictures pale next to yours. Thank you so much for sharing.
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