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Sumac

Sumac



comments (11)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 18 Aug 2014, 00:12
Phew!

[...reaches for sun-glasses...]

Great shot, Beverly.
Beverly Andrighetti: They really shone bright when the sun lit them up, Ray. Thank you.
nice, strong colours here Beverly. i like the reds/oranges forming veins among all that yellow and green
Beverly Andrighetti: Many thanks, Ayush.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 18 Aug 2014, 07:12
Bright & cheery
Beverly Andrighetti: A pest of a tree, Chris, but very nice to look at when in bloom.
Sumac without those deep-red clusters! My sister's farm in Michigan has loads of this, Beverly, and it's beautiful, like this!
Beverly Andrighetti: Thank you, Ginnie. This was our neighbour's tree which was cut down to make room for a new fence.
nice fresh greens
Beverly Andrighetti: Especially after a rain, Chantal, when the sun shines on it.
The bane of my existence. Pretty but hard to control.
Beverly Andrighetti: I agree, Mary. Before our neighbour cut this tree down we had numerous little sumac trees growing all over our backyard.
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 18 Aug 2014, 11:57
Gold and green like the australian sporting colours.
Beverly Andrighetti: I see what you mean, Louis. A nice sporting colour combination.
Colourful! Apparently Goats are good for keeping this down as they eat the bark
Beverly Andrighetti: We wouldn't have minded if our neighbour had had a couple of goats in his yard to keep this tree in check, Bill. Our grass was full of little Sumac seedlings. He has since cut it down and installed a new fence.
Lovely mass of green against that equally lovely shade of yellow.
Beverly Andrighetti: The sunlight really brightened the colours, Brian. Thank you.
Lovely!
Beverly Andrighetti: Very much appreciated, Tom. Thank you.
I love sumac's and I love how you've filled this frame with their lovely greenery!
Beverly Andrighetti: They are lovely to look at, Elizabeth, but as has been pointed out they can be quite a nuisance. This particular tree which belonged to our next door neighbour has been cut down.

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