Another day with few words.
Verdancy at its best!
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Beautiful, but I do think that may be poison sumac. Hard for me to look at it objectively at this point! Seriously though, regardless, you created a really complaining image.
Poison sumac leaves have smooth edges, James. These are toothed. I tried quite a few compositions with this one stem and liked this orientation the best.
Beautiful. It made me stop and look.
Thanks, Lyle. I can’t ask for a better critique. 🙂
So sharp ….. So compelling
A good looking sumac. Does this one “flame” in the fall? Wasn’t there a singer named Yuma Sumac who has a five octave range or something or maybe it was four?
Yes, this does get quite red as the foliage changes. I had never heard of here, but you are right. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yma_Sumac
Good to see you rachis-ing it up here.
Aside from “Thanks”, I can’t come up with a single comeback. Maybe just because it’s Sunday morning…yeah, that’s it. My brain’s on Sabbath…oh, wait…that was yesterday. OK, I’ve just got nuthin. 🙂
Simplicity at its most effective. Very fine, Steve.
Thanks, Andrew. Simple and I seem meant for each other.
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