November 2018 – Photographs in Review

November 30th, 2018

An Albe Red planet is seen with bright red, pink, green and white leaves. It is also known as a gossypium herbaceum or as a Pink Cotton planet. A Sargent Juniper Bonsai tree seen at the National Aboritum in Washington DC. The scientific name is Juniperus chinensis var. sargentii. A Natal Fig Bonsai tree in training since 1976 seen at the National Arboretum in Washington DC. The scientific name of the plant is Ficus natalensis. A black butterfly with a white band and red markings is seen among green plants at a butterfly pavilion in North Carolina. An orange sunset breaks over the clouds as seen from a plane over the Caribbean Sea. One of the tiny Rosario Islands off the coast of Colombia with Cartagena visible on the horizon. The bright red leaves of a Japanese Maple, also known as an acer palmatum, are seen on a fall day near a brick building. A concrete wall with bright yellow paint peels and cracks in Cartegena, Colombia.

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