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Posted By: Sailor, 03-21-2016, 03:50 PM

. . . . . . . at least that's what the sign by the plant said.

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03-21-2016, 04:01 PM   #2
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Yes, that's what that is, Jer. My mom planted some years ago and I still enjoy photographing them.

Yours is nice shot. Is it growing that way or is that wind driven?
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A good sharp detailed shot.
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Hey Bud, that's a mighty fine close-up, beautiful!

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I like the shot a lot, a very nice DOF. :-)
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Love the hint of color. Lovely plant Jer.
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QuoteOriginally posted by photolady95 Quote
Yes, that's what that is, Jer. My mom planted some years ago and I still enjoy photographing them.

Yours is nice shot. Is it growing that way or is that wind driven?
Thanks very much, PL. I think it must have grown that way since it was pointed south - the direction from which the wind was blowing.

Jer

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A good sharp detailed shot.
Thank you, kind sir.

Jer

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Hey Bud, that's a mighty fine close-up, beautiful!
Tom, I always appreciate your kind words.

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I like the shot a lot, a very nice DOF. :-)
Thank you.

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Love the hint of color. Lovely plant Jer.
I'm glad you liked it, Susan. As always, thanks for looking.

Jer
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Different variety to what is in Australia but still great when I burn myself ..... soothing and healing

TFS Jer

cheers

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Different variety to what is in Australia but still great when I burn myself ..... soothing and healing

TFS Jer

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Hey, Ivan - thanks for looking.

Jer
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