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    Kind of a neat radial symmetry pattern on this plant. Not sure what it is or what it's called, but it was VERY green. Lucky for me, it was completely caught in the shadow so I didn't catch any hard contrasts.

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    Sigh Lens, Nikita Begun, elsu, and 45 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Royston_Kane 73 months ago | reply

      Boy. I try to look to the side, but keep getting drawn to the center of the plant.

    2. Brian Auer 73 months ago | reply

      Hahaha... it's like a vortex.

    3. Daniel Hellerman 73 months ago | reply

      Thats amazing, great detail!

    4. Just Jess Jess 73 months ago | reply

      What an amazing close up!!! =)

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    5. skedonk 73 months ago | reply

      great capture. The highlights add great definition to the shape

    6. acejr371 73 months ago | reply

      Great Shot Brian!

    7. Brian Auer 73 months ago | reply

      Thanks guys! I'll be posting my editing process on my blog in a couple of days.

    8. !Shot by Scott! 73 months ago | reply

      great colour
      love the composition

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    9. xysmas (Aaron) 73 months ago | reply

      The white ends of the leaves ar ea tiny bit oversharpened to me - but otherwise it looks great - color, comp, etc.

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    10. kate à la mode 73 months ago | reply

      Wow, great repetition - and love that green!

      This look like a type of succulent called hens and chicks.

      I think this photo would be a
      great addition to Sunshiny Day!

    11. Steve Crane 73 months ago | reply

      I understand that the proper name of these plants is echeveria, that there are many varieties and that they originate from Central America. I have a few photos of them myself.

    12. Tim Solley 71 months ago | reply

      Nice work Brian. Love the post work.

    13. mizjessicaleigh [deleted] 64 months ago | reply

      absolutely perfect!

    14. D.Michelson 59 months ago | reply

      Cool shot. I've taken a few photo's of these plants, since they always seem to be different and really interesting. They turn more green the more water they get, and when it's dry they stay healthy but the "leaves" are black, kinda weird. Seems like they are everywhere around SD.

    15. ingoj [deleted] 59 months ago | reply

      Lovely shot.

    16. PJ Resnick 47 months ago | reply

      Great image.

    17. Jennifer ♥ Rachelle [deleted] 43 months ago | reply

      Great photo!

    18. mathur7 29 months ago | reply

      very nice catch..lovely pattern

    19. Almsaeed 26 months ago | reply

      Very Nice Shot ..

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