The Madrona Marsh in Torrance, CA is an urban oasis situated on a corner of a busy intersection in the city. It is a haven for birds, insects, reptiles, plants and people. A walk around the marsh and surrounding area can reveal all sorts of surprises and delights. This time, I turned my attention to the plants in the native garden. More specifically, I filled my viewfinder with the vegetation.
The colors are exceptional, especially in the spring when these photos were taken. Even the whites are particularly vibrant.
The flowers’ appearance has a textural richness.
The last thing I did was look up while under a sycamore tree.
If you are in the area, have a look at the Madrona Marsh and you can discover, for yourself, what the natives have to offer (plants that is).
Stunning photos, the pink/orange and yellow flowers simply stunning. The sycamore was fun because miles away from your turf we too have them simply a couple of hundred feet away, they are gorgeous trees. In fact this post proves a point, pictures are worth a thousand words.
Thanks, I’m glad you think of the thousand words saying because I think of that often when photographing and believe it too!
Beautiful work !!
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