There is a Kirk Douglas film from the early 1950s called “The Big Trees” that is in the public domain. You can find it on You Tube.
I did indeed use a spray mister for this shot. There was no way any of these flowers could get dew on it, so I thought I see enough with them, that it might look alright if I faked the dew. After seeing how
Adenium Obesum is one of my absolute favorites, although I have always known it as a desert rose. TIL!
This was taken in Grand Manan, New Brunswick, Canada. The cliffs consist of thick lava flows from the Late Triassic age, which appear little changed from when they cooled around 201 million years ago. They are part of a massive “flood basalt” that underlies
I’ve never been to Utah. That looks beautiful, but probably not this time of year. It looks like asters and some variety of daisy or mum.. which are both late summer/fall bloomers. Frankly, I am quickly tiring of these silly posts that say “..for
I live in western Oregon and you find these in the woods. They are also known as Indian Pipe, Ghost Plant, and Corpse Plant and have a parasitic relationship with both a specific type of fungus and certain trees, taking nutrients from both and
That’s a musk thistle (Carduus nutans), native to Eurasia, and a hugely problematic weed in American prairie range lands. Edit: Added scientific name.
I love the composition, it’s quartered nicely. I bet it smelled delicious, too. Thanks for sharing (: