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The most prominent of the red shoots makes me imagine a svelte person walking.
Haha, well I would never have thought of it, but yes, maybe!
Hahah, love this!
Interesting perspective. They look like they are dancing. 🙂
Interesting thoughts! I can see what you mean.
we really like those abstract pictures. In the beginning, we didn’t see that you tell it is a macro of a Russian Begonia and we were guessing what it could be. But does it matter? It’s great as a picture.
Thanks for sharing.
Stay healthy and happy
The Fab Four of Cley
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Thank you – Happy you like it! I have this very special giant of a begonia, with its very special, hairy stems. I have many interesting macro photos from it…but unfortunately I dare not post them…already someone mentioned the likeness to the corona virus.
so it is very up-to-date, isn’t it?
With love from the small village next to the big sea
The Fab Four of Cley
🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂
Very sci-fi or, these days, virus/germ-looking. 🙂
Well, Janet, I didn’t know if I dared posting it. I love my begonia close-ups and macros…but they might remind us of the corona virus – maybe. I will not post so many or so often.
wunderful picture a. c. , what you found for us, i am glad that you share it with us.
best regards robert
Happy to share, Robert! It is the stem of my begonia!
Love it … but now I have to determine what I’m seeing. Well done!
Haha – rather difficult…in fact it is a Begonia stem and the light comes from a candle in the Chrismas tree. I sent you another mail – finally found what I was looking for!
Fungi can sometimes take on bizarre shapes, but it is beautiful.
Yes it can. This is a begonia stem.
🙂 oh my it looks like covid 19 growing on a sunflower stem
Haha, well, I almost expected someone would make that connection…so I posted the least frightening one of the macros form this begonia…
Thats a Wow!
That is fascinating!! ❣❣
Beautiful natural art ! Is my imagination working too wildly too see rootlets searching for paths to grow . . . somehow in delightful light . . .
Glad you like it and think about its origin, Eha! In fact it is the stem of a special big begonia. I often photograph it and have got some fun close-up and macro photos…but I don’t dare posting them, because of the possible likeness to the corona virus. Maybe later, when the pandemic is ”over”.
Wonderful colourful abstract 🙂
Thanks, Brian. My old begonia is good to have for many reasons!