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My previous upload showed the leaves of the castor bean plant (Ricinus communis). Here is an image showing the spiny fruit capsules and the flowers.
I had to get up on a ladder to take this photo. My plant is about 9 ft tall!
Thanks for comments and clicks on yesterday's "Nature's Umbrella". It's very much appreciated.
All C&C welcome. Have a great one!
For those who missed yesterday's upload of the leaves of this plant, there is more information about it here
Lovely colour in this presentation, superb detail and border.
Really like the photo and the presentation. Link to the info is interesting.
What a superb plant to have growing in your garden.......only in Texas eh! Nicely composed shot Anne, with excellent focus and complimentary frame, well done!
Oh, My-- a fantastic plant-- love the color and all those spines-- but 9 feet tall---but , of course, in TEXAS it would have to be wouldn't it!
I would lik e to see one of these one day!
Wow what a plant, well captured, great colours
Excellent shot, mind how you go on those ladders.
Lovely Capture, Anne. We have these plants here in Crete, too. Carol
Lovely image Anne, nice colour and detail,
This is delightful Anne.
I love the way you have presented it,
Very well catured,very good colour & detail.
Super looking plant. Just like a firework exploding.
Be careful on that ladder, a wonderful plant and a wonderful capture.
Ladders + photography = Dedication. Well done.
Oh Ann, I haven't seen this plant for a very long time, my mum used to have them in the garden when I was a child. Beautiful capture,
First, sorry I did a click-and-run yesterday.
I like the two images, very informative as a pair and very beautiful individually.
never seen these before, they looks so funky
What an exotic looking plant Anne. Superb capture lovely colours and info. Jeff
An excellent and super colourful shot with nice presentation.
Well done up that ladder, it was well worth the effort.
we have castor Oil plants with white flowers in the garden, I presume they are related? beautiful colours
Lovely colourful shot.
Wow....that could be a shade tree! They say everythings bigger in Texas, and I guess this proves it.
And they are some spines.Good colour and detail here.
great colour,and love the spiney heads of the flower.cool shot,well done
Lovely light, color, and detail, Anne. Beautiful!
a very interesting plant and nine feet tall !! nice capture,
Good on colour and texture.
Nice work, well controlled DOF.
Brilliant shot of an unusual plant - JudeC
Great colour and detail. Excellent shot.
A very neat composition of a most unusual plant/ tree. What a lovelt colour it is. Great shot Anne.
well worth the climb! nice one
superb colour,detail and presentation
Never seen one of these before
Lovely coloured plant
Great shot. Saw one of these growing in the Churchyard of a Wedding I did ealier this year. First time I had ever seen one. Lovely.
Love it, Anne, great colours, detail and composition.
You and your camera do get about in that beautiful garden. Love it
Be careful going up those ladders. Excellent image, I've not seen one of these before
WOW awesome image
This is another great piece of work, well done. I really like it.
Looks good to me too.
Superb capture Anne
Hi anne .Lovely colour and detail in this .Beautiful well capt .
I have never seenthis before..what a beautiful colour even if it does have spines..nine feet is quite a height.
Ouch! Fab shot!
Lovely sharp capture.
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