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post a picture you admire from the pool!

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tom clearwood is a group administrator tom clearwood says:

we want to fnd the most... fascinating plant pictures in our pool

please choose a picture (not your own).

to post a picture from the image page, click 'share' above it. Then, under 'Grab HTML Code' select 'medium' then copy the code. Paste it here in a comment box. Any problems posting, just say so in a comment here, one of us will help and then delete the comment!

cheers!
tom
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tom clearwood is a group administrator tom clearwood says:

#1 let it all hang out
this one is from Michiel Thomas, and I think it's a classic. I like everything about it, and I reckon it's... fascinating.
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G... A Happy Amateur... says:

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a palm frond with shadows of two palm fronds crossing xxxxxxx........

My choice, from Yuko*s. Basically, it is what I wanted to do with my similar looking shot of a similar plant. Grrrr...... Hehe.
Love the light and shade contrasts, the criss-cross patterns and especially how it all radiates from the bottom centre.
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Mary&Kevin is a group administrator Mary&Kevin says:

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Escargot-Begonia
I like this one!
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yukoinsunshine says:

Droseraceae Drosera spathulata

I like this one.
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tom clearwood is a group administrator tom clearwood says:

here's one that I particularly like because it shows a very common type of human-plant relationship:
Hard work in the rice field (hand made field with 40C Pfffffff)
also, it's a fine photograph!
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Lynne's Images says:

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Curiosity thrills. says:

Fern

Not only a wonderful macro at a fern frond showing the fibres / hairs thatwe would not normally see but these plants have been around since time immemorial. A testament to nature indeed.
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