...o.k. maybe not every day...every other day, or so......
What kind of palm is that middle one? Looks like a giant fan! The bottom pic reminds me of a big bloom. Very nice.
Hi Peteej,#2 and #3 are the same palms, just a shot from different angles. The last one is a Silver palm.I'm glad you liked it. I was visiting your bench post - I liked the blue and the composition - and your thoughts to that! :-)Thanks for this comment!
sue! those palms are so beautiful...you captured their colors so perfectly...k:)))
I didn't realize there were so many different palms - they are beautiful!
Hi Kathy,thank you very much for your comment.Under this link:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palm_treesyou can read about how many different palm tree species are existing.
Hi KarolineThank you soooooo much for your kind comment. :-)
These are fantastic!I love green too. My latest painting was og a wood with green trees and it took me 2 years to finish. It's amazing how many greens you can mix from yellow and blue. :)
Thanks Susie,for this comment to my green leaves. I know about the very complicated mixing processes from my art school studies, we had to mix the colors for hours and even days to get all the right greens. :-)
Love the leaves. Very cool.I lived in Key West once upon a time.Best grouper I've ever had.~Oswegan
Hi OsweganOnce upon a time....when was that?...:-) In Key West time it's possible, that "that great restaurant" even don't exist anymore after one season...and maybe you have to eat your grouper cooked from a Mexican chef and not made from an original "Conch"....If you lived here, you will know what I mean! :-)
Lovely palms photos, creatively composed, Sue!
Hi Lynda,thanks for your compliment and for your comment.
Love your palm leaf series!
Thank you Kuanyin for your kind comment!
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