Wow! Great point of view!
This is a really nice one. After looking a while it gets a psychedelic effect ;)
A great photo Marilyn. Nice to look at things from a different view point.
The plant looks similar to some of our mother-shield ferns (Polystichum), or Pneumatopteris or Leptopteris. Vinicius may be able to help - he's a fern taxonomist.
Thanks, all of you. And special thanks, Greg, for the leads. It's very common and I'll also check out my local sources.
It amazes me how we become creatures of habit. For years these have grown just north of the kitchen of our summer place but never in all this time had I looked down into one!!
Marilyn, this is wonderful, especially from the perspective you chose. HAPPY BIRTHDAY - the bouquet of flowers I just posted is FOR YOU!
Thanks, Anne, the beautiful start you gave to my day!
In all the years I'd enjoyed these ferns just outside the kitchen of our summer place, I'd never before looked down into a plant. I was amazed!
another fantastic idea, thank u
Thank you, Coco, and belated thanks, Markus. I was surprised by what I saw when I really looked at this familiar plant.
Fantastic viewpoint and great photo Marilyn Whiteley. YS
Great picture, very good shot. Is clever picture. Very nice too.. Marilyn Whiteley
Thank you very much, M&V and İsmail, and special thanks, M&V, for the YS
Greetings from Canada, Marilyn
Nice shot . Greetings , Barbaros
Unique symetry. Nice.
Nice one Marilyn! Thanks for your help with the group!
Kind regards, Chris
As shown the first time, seems to spiral, or a kaleidoscope
Greetings from Zamora (Spain)
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