Archive for the ‘Tree’ Tag

Red Spotlight by PelicanPete

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Saturday Night Sunset ~ Florida Everglades


Shaving Brush Tree by PelicanPete

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The Shaving Brush Tree (Pseudobombax elipticum) is a tree that can reach up to 60 ft in height. The tree can be seen from Mexico to Guatemala and has densely hairy flowers with long narrow petals clustered at the ends of its branches before leaves appear. Coveted for it’s unique brush-like flowers in late winter (often February), the leaves are an attraction as well. Leaves are first bright red turning a fine green as they mature. Its branches are close to the base of the stem. It is a deciduous tree with succulent stems. Uses include firewood and wood for carving handicrafts. The tree is grown as an ornamental in Florida and Hawaii, and the attractive flowers are used to decorate homes and churches in Central America. Fantastic in full bloom ~ West Palm Beach, Florida

Gleam of Courage.. by Ismail Can Tüfekci

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When you believe and trust yourself about your aims, precisely at that moment your way is going to be shining between the darkness in front of your feet as in this photo! Your future is in front of you, not on your back! If you turn your back, you will see the dark shadow of you..

The Dance We Shared by Phil~Koch on Flickr.

A Drifting Kiss by Phil~Koch on Flickr.

A Broken Promise 5mb by Phil~Koch on Flickr.

Spring sunset by Pásztor András on Flickr.

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