(Part 38 of 38 in Tracy's plants)
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We were standing at the base of this wall, debating climbing it… amazing what you find if you just look.
Macro-photography of some flowering moss, from the Sarah P. Duke gardens in Durham, NC.
(Part 35 of 38 in Tracy's plants)
Asclepias tuberosa ‘Butterfly Weed’ (orange)
Tanacetum parthenium ‘Aureum’ Golden Feverfew (white)
Perspective and scale; Tiny moss or a hill covered in tall grass? Bald Cypress tree or the leg of an enormous dinosaur? Towering Red Oak tree or a single neuron? Moss on a rock or an Alpine mountain face with a distant forest? Spending the morning trying to exercise my visual perspectives.
(Part 34 of 38 in Tracy's plants)
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