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part of urban
Seen in the urban
The PNW Landscape Morel. Also known as ...
Woodchips in urban
These are planted next to my work.
These beautiful flowers were in an office
Dwarf evergreen shrub
Bay laurel budding out in late October. Definitely, a second season.
Sego palm in Forte dei Marmi
Little egrett fishing in the river.
Blue passionflower beginning to bloom out.
Peonies flowering in thebackyard.
Pink mimosa tree in full bloom.
This bee pollinating a Rose of Sharon is completely black and about twice the ...
Acanthus about to flower.
Variegated silverberry on the Riviera.
We found these mushrooms erupting in the local park.
Bouganvillea used to spectacular effect in Forte dei Marmi, Italy.
Found in meadows, pastures, uncultivated fields, road edges, and
Fuzzy and multicolored usually brown / black
Pictured with Myoporum sp.
Has pink stipe with distinct dark ring.
Microscopy needed to determine exact species. Deadly poisonous.
Urban. Pouncing around the
Yet another ladybug saved from the pool.
Seen in a flock foraging on the ground for food
Zanate mexicano is very noisy and common bird in
These beautiful Osteospermum 'Whirligig' flowers were in the front yard
Growing in landscaped flower bed at The ...
Small squirrel, black fur
Evergreen magnolia dropping fresh seed in Lido di Camaiore.
Japanese giant bamboo on the loose in Lido di Camaiore.
This Japanese katsura maple is one of the only trees with great fall color here ...
Holly oak, known as leccio in Italian, growing in the park in Lido di Camaiore.
Sweet bay laurel fruit ripening at the end of October.