* Red, Green, Blue...& White! *

© Carolyn J. Connolly

* Red, Green, Blue...& White! *<p>

Uploaded: June 17, 2011


The very tall and graceful Umbrella Tree (Schefflera/Brassaia actinophylla) branches in our front garden... Captured mid-afternoon, in late autumn, on the 23rd of May 2011...

Category: ~ Monthly Theme ('Only Natural') ~

Exif: F Number: 5, Exposure Bias Value: -0.30, ExposureTime: 1/1250 seconds, Flash: reserved, ISO: 200, White balance: Auto white balance, FocalLength: 43.00 mm, Model: E-620


JudyAnn Rector level-deluxe June 17, 2011

Very lovely, Carolyn. #1386042

John Connolly June 17, 2011

That is a good sized umbrella tree you have there Carolyn! It looks great against the blue sky! #9465698

Ron McEwan June 18, 2011

Not only is this gorgeous in color and detail it is so tropical beautiful front yard you must have. #9466819

June 19, 2011

We have recently taken out our one, it had grown around the pool filter inlet!! Good POV here, well done. #9467421

Lorraine A. Cook June 19, 2011

WOW! Tall and very lovely trees, Carolyn!!! That blue sky accents the details in the trees 'leaves', My Friend!!!

How tall do umbrella trees grow??? #9467440

Heather Loewenhardt level-deluxe June 19, 2011

Wow what a great name for these trees that grace your yard. The angle reminds me of tropical palm trees.Now if you could climb up there and get a macro shot of the blooms at the top that would be mighty fine indeed lol. #9467888

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