Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Anthurium Foliage Close up



Anthurium luxuriens
(an-THUR-ee-um)
Synonym: A. splendidum
Rare Plant
Wordless Wednesday

15 comments:

WiseAcre said...

Rare indeed where winter temps drop to well below 0 F. The texture somehow reminds me of the back of my hand - except it's a deeper green :)

jams o donnell said...

Excellent macro shots. I love the texture of that foliage

Pictures and Cultures said...

Oh wow this is amazing! I wanna be like u when I grow up;)

Sue said...

Hi, Chris. Just wanted to let you know that your beautiful photo is posted on my blog today at http://www.grannysuesnews.blogspot.com. Thanks again for your generosity in allowing me to use it.

=)

Tink *~*~* said...

Looks totally different up close, like the surface of some alien planet!

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Maddy said...

Quite glorious. Or should I say I'm 'green with envy.' [Sorry, just couldn't resist.]
Cheers

Indrani said...

Great details!
Beautiful!

Lori said...

Wow...that looks weird! Happy WW:)

napaboaniya said...

Nice pattern and great shade of green it has! :)

Gabriel said...

Fantastic shots! I'm amazed...

My WW post will be up soon! You will find it here.

Joanne MV said...

Happy WW! Ü
It's like a photo from a biology textbook...hehehe

Dora said...

Nice macro shot. ;)

EastCoastLife said...

Looks like the skin of a reptile. :)

Shannon said...

Love that texture. Isn't it amazing how different things look when you zoom in close?

lisaschaos said...

Great macros! Love the details!