Thursday, 1 July 2010

Fractal sky


20 comments:

  1. That is gorgeous! I love it. What kind of tree is that or is it a little slight of hand with the photograph?

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  2. Super picture Deb. I see how the pattern of the plant is repeated at the ends of each stem to make a natural fractal. Fractals are cool. :)

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  3. Interesting subject and wonderfully shot.
    Sydney - City and Suburbs

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  4. Oh yes I see the wonderful Sandsend! Hmmmm I think the next time I am out that way (probably this weekend) I will have to do a little special just for you! Great stuff! (have added you to my blogroll)

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  5. I love this view to the plant-sky! Greetings from Luzia.

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  6. That is just fantastic. Great subject and great perspective. Gives new meaning to the old adage of "look up" (first lie down?).

    What is the plant - would have thought some kind of Queen Ann's Lace, but those elongated horns at the periphery look unfamiliar.

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  7. I love your pure and beautiful worlds.

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  8. what an awesome angle and perspective on this. I really like it!!

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  9. Fabulous view from below!

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  10. Wow - this shot is pure delight!

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  11. Wow...great shot!Have a nice weekend!

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  12. What a wonderful shot - it looks like a Queen Anne's Lace to me as well.

    I was looking back through some of your older posts, and had to laugh at your avocado plant with insect hearts.

    I hope you don't mind, but I added a link to my alter ego blog Random Hearts - where I host "Guest Heart Thursday". This post was just too good to pass up - I hope you don't mind. If you do, just leave me a comment and i will delete the link.

    clytie-randomhearts.blogspot.com

    It really IS a fantastic heart shot!!!

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  13. Thanks everyone for the comments, I think the plant may well be a Queen Anne's lace as some of you say (cow parsley) but I'm not 100% sure. Many of these white umbel type plants look very similiar

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  14. Oh Debbie this is so awesome! I love how you captured the sky through this view!

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  15. May I pin this photo to my fractal board. God in Nature giving you photo credit?

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