Nice shot… I just keep thinking I’ve seen that look before somewhere….
I don’t think this is something special or unique. But I looked and felt that it looks very beautiful and is worth photographing. Thank you very much.
It is indeed beautiful.
Exquisite detail of an interesting plant.
Indeed, this is a very interesting plant, I tried to capture its beauty. Thank you.
It’s almost as if you could touch the leaves. Such depth.
This is a relatively small flower ball and I tried to get as much detail as possible. Thank you.
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Love these flowers! Used to see all the time in Ramapo Park NJ. Haven’t seen any yet in Cornwall NY.
I have not seen them in the city, but on the banks of the Charles River they grow almost everywhere. Thank you.
A nice shot!
Thank you very much.
Very nice shot of the buttonbush flower!
Thank you so much.
Looks like a miniature sun, full of light. I have never seen these before.
Thank you, Dolly. Maybe because you don’t have to look for another sun in Florida – there is always one. But here everything is different, this month there are only 5 sunny days, the rest of the days were rainy.
We are also in the middle of the rainy season that has started somewhat early this year, but you are right, Vova – there is always sun in Florida, even in the background of the tropical downpour.
Maybe rain is not always pleasant, but it has a very positive effect – everything looks brighter, fresher. And I love it.
Have you ever been to South Florida, Vova? Everything is bright here all the time, rain or shine. My first impression of Boston, when I took my son to college many years ago was colorless and dreary. I have since discovered the beauty of many places there, with my son’s help, yet your marvelous photos uncover more color, light, and lively magic of nature for me.
Yes, I’ve been to South Miami a couple of times and really enjoyed my time there. I even visited Key West and I have to admit that everything was really very bright. The only thing I missed was the change. You have seasons, but they are not all that different. It is very interesting to see the beginning in spring and foliage in autumn, snowfall in winter and bright sun in summer. And that gives me a lot of opportunities to capture something unusual, something interesting that I can share.
You are so right, but I would much rather see seasonal changes in your beautiful photos while basking in tropical sun with a mojito in my hand.
Everyone has their own personal preferences and your choice is good. And I’ll probably visit Florida again to see amazing sunrises and sunsets, enjoy beautiful beaches, spend some time in Miami.
When you do visit, please let me know. We’d love to have you for a meal and to take you around South Beach.
Thank you very much for the invitation. Your food looks delicious.
The pleasure is mine, Vova, and I thank you for the compliment.
So much important
I have never seen this before .
It is not very common, but not very rare, at least here in New England.
Ah, OK. New England. Nice 😀 I’ve never been there. It looks beautiful though from your perspective! I’m curious. What’s the weather like there now???
I love New England because it offers almost everything, snow and sun, beaches and forests, mountains and plains. About the weather. Everything is in order at the moment. But there is a famous quote from Mark Twin: “If you don’t like the weather in New England now, just wait a few minutes.”
That’s nice. I wish Pa weather was like that haha. It’s crazy humid .
This is familiar to me. I lived in Pittsburgh a while ago.
That’s cool ! I have not been to Pittsburgh. I heard it’s nice there .
Yes, this is a very interesting city indeed. But beyond the city there are many interesting places worth visiting.
I will definitely have to check Pittsburgh out 🙂 thanks !
If you do, be sure to visit Fallingwater, a home designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
The name sounds awesome already. I definitely will 🙂 I love architecture in places I travel to. You never know what you’ll see
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