Discussion in 'Photography' started by Frank Drackman, Jul 2, 2017.
What natural cleaning solutions do they use?
Don't know exactly and I forget who I asked a few years back but that was the answer.
IMG_3514 by Peter Bierman, on Flickr
IMG_3523 by Peter Bierman, on Flickr
just some random section at VB helping to hide views and set the tropical feel of things I imagine. (EDIT, I think this is actually JP, silly me!!)
Now that palm has me totally stumped. Whatever it is, it doesn’t look like something that should have survived the recent freezes down there. How long ago was the photo taken?
That pic was from my November trip (2017).
Bio loves the plants so I like him.
I still enjoy the LC area of IoA
Thought it was interesting how the flames had killed the ivy on the wall behind them. Must have been off long enough to let them grow into that area.
I really enjoy seeing other’s general views of the parks. There is always something new to be seen in every picture!
near SF's dock
something closer to home. I imagine most 'places' that bring in guest like a decent landscape to welcome said guest
^ That tree is a chorisia, common name Silk Floss tree. It has a bizzare spiked trunk and branches. A conversation starter.
I have not tiered of the water level views at SF
always digging the look around JP
That tree in the distance with the zig-zagging ranging branches is called a Tipu or Bolivian Rosewood. It is one of my favorite tropical trees because of that habit.
Makes beautiful tabletops.
I love those at the RP
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