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A bush I saw in Hard-wick Village Nottingham poking out of a hedge, not idea of the name
Canon 400D lens 24-70
leaves, red, orange, bush, autumn
this is stunning Elaine!!
thank you Charmaine xx
I like these and I’ve no idea what there called either!!
Thank you Colin, seems a lot around but nobody knows there name
we have them here – still dont know what they are – but wow this is a beauty !
thank you Jules x
fabulous capture and gorgeous colors!
thank you Carol
Amazing colour Elaine. Val
than you Val also for the fav :))
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thank you so much for the feature :))
This is a Sumac, Elaine. What a lovely capture.
It’s interesting that it’s an unusual plant for you as it’s a common shrub for us in Eastern Canada and makes a lovely show when they grow on a hillside.
Thank you Marilyn, we only get these in Autumn this was growing out of a hedge the red against the green was a stunning sight
very beautiful colors! I agree with Marilyn…looks like a Sumac. This is NOT the poisonous one….but a very beautiful one! :o)
thank you Carla, did not realize we can get poisonous one,s
Here in the US we have three majorly allergenic plants…Poison Ivy, Poison Oak and Poison Sumac. I’ve yet to encounterthe Sumac one? Don’t really want to either. :o)
HI Carla, we have Poison Ivy, also Deadly night shade, will look the other two up, guess there are many we see but do not know they are poison thank you for letting me know,the least you know the better you are :))
thank you Wolf