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Simple strappy structure, pointy take-your-eye-out foliage (I cut these points of, as I like the use of my eyes…) and delicious luminescent greenish cream bells.NovemberPingelly Western Australia
yucca, strappy, desert plant, flower spike
I like to play. I find joy in small things and moments where the edge between conscious looking and subconscious seeing becomes soft enough for me to be there for a moment.
Love the strking contrast against the textured background. x
Hey Teacup! Thank you!
I love the Yuccas form against your plastered wall the slight pinkinsh tinge to the plaster really brings out the green of the yucca, this is a wonderful image . really well spotted and taken. : )
Thanks Karen! I can’t wait to collect more species of Yucca – They are so architectural – and tough for my extreme conditions. (This is only second coat of render – a rough spray!)
I love this Lou, perfect comp, and the textured wall is so cool for a background..great shot!!
Love it LouJay, the composition is great and that wonderful textured wall works so well as a backdrop :))
Thank you very much Trish!
Thank you Antanas!
exquisite and beautiful LouJay!
Thank you Mark!
Beautiful shot. We grow lots of these here in New Mexico and the wall really adds a lot. Looks like adobe. do you have photoshop at all?
Thank you CheyAnne! Yes, the render (stucco in your part of the world) does have an adobe look – one of the many reasons we chose to build in loadbearing strawbale. Tons of other reasons, but the earthen look to the walls appeals to me. This is a very rough second coat. Third light spray coat to go on yet. Inside is hand trowelled and sponged to give a very soft golden surface.I do have photoshop, and gimp.
ps, can you really eat these and how would you prepare them?
Just using ‘delicious’ descriptively…! Don’t think these would be too tasty – far too stringy!
Simply lovely capture, nicely done!!!
Thank you very much!