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  • Monnie Ryan
    Monnie Ryanabout 2 years ago

    Beautiful – really works in B&W!

  • Thank you, Monnie!

    – Nadya Johnson

  • Peter Stratton
    Peter Strattonabout 2 years ago

    I have never heard of Iceplant. Had to look it up. Great groundcover, but, being this is BW, I thought you were using a euphemism for frost! Lol. Live and learn! :-)

  • Thanks for your comment, Pete! Ice plant grows wild all along the Calif. coast (where it hasn’t been developed: alas, there is all too much of that.) When in bloom, normally in early April, it is breath-taking and spectacular! The flowers are a brilliant cerise; the stuff tumbles down the cliffs in bright pink waterfalls everywhere you look. That’s IF you’re lucky ~ and the coast isn’t so foggy you can barely see an inch ahead! This is a photo from “yet another” trip where I had hoped to catch the ice-plant at its most exquisite but ~ you guessed it ~ fog, fog, fog. I think the sun appeared for a whole 5 minutes the entire weekend! Therefore, no big dis-service to the photo to convert it into black and white! LOL (Its from a slide)

    – Nadya Johnson

  • Judi Rustage
    Judi Rustageabout 2 years ago

  • Keith Reesor
    Keith Reesorabout 2 years ago

    Fantastic capture Nadya!! :)

  • Sandra Moore
    Sandra Mooreabout 2 years ago

    beautiful, congrats on the feature!

  • onlyone7
    onlyone7almost 2 years ago

    Congratulations this image has been feature in Achromatic Nature for December 14th, 2012.

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