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Canon PowerShot SX260 HS; 1/640s, f/5.6, ISO 125, focal length 59.1mm; AUTO setting

A closeup of the seeds on the Pindo palm tree in my yard. There were several bees around, so I dared not get closer.

Top Ten Winner in the “Patterns in Nature” challenge in The Compact Group, April 25, 2013

Having lived most of my life in the northeast U.S., I am enjoying retired life in sunny Florida. I enjoy photographing many different kinds of things, but especially flowers and animals, including the beautiful birds found here in Florida. I am currently using a Canon EOS Rebel XSi/450D camera, a Canon 55-250 mm telescopic zoom lens, and a Sony P10 Cyber-shot digital camera. My newest acquisition is a Canon PowerShot SX260 HS, a point and shoot which I will be carrying in my purse.

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Comments

  • Larry Trupp
    Larry Truppalmost 2 years ago

    Nice capture

  • Thank you Larry!

    – AuntDot

  • Monnie Ryan
    Monnie Ryanalmost 2 years ago

    What a cool tree (and equally cool close-up of its seeds)!

  • Thanks, Monnie. It’s my one and only palm tree.

    – AuntDot

  • TomBaumker
    TomBaumkeralmost 2 years ago

    Nice close up my friend. Hugs

  • Thank you, Tom!

    – AuntDot

  • lorilee
    lorileealmost 2 years ago

    Beautiful!!!

  • Thank you, Lori!

    – AuntDot

  • Elfriede Fulda
    Elfriede Fuldaalmost 2 years ago

    I love the vertical layered look, the colors are fabulous, great shot,

  • Thank you so much, Elfie! You are very kind!

    – AuntDot

  • Pamela Jayne Smith
    Pamela Jayne S...over 1 year ago


    Thank you for adding your work to the group – we look forward to seeing more!
    Click the banner to see your work in the group!
    12/04/13

  • Thanks Pamela!

    – AuntDot

  • Karen  Betts
    Karen Bettsover 1 year ago

    Pattern in Nature challenge ~ Closed the 25th April 2013

  • Thanks very much, Karen!

    – AuntDot

  • dedmanshootn
    dedmanshootnover 1 year ago

    very cool! in the thumb before i saw your title i though it was forsythia flowqers as the tree by my building looks just like this in spring

  • Thank you, Dave. I think it looks a bit like forsythia, too!

    – AuntDot

  • PictureNZ
    PictureNZ10 months ago

    That is an awesome find. Fave

  • Thank you! I appreciate that very much!

    – AuntDot

  • Angelika  Vogel
    Angelika Vogel3 months ago

  • Thank you, Angelika!

    – AuntDot

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