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Street Color City Trees

Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
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I plan to photograph the trees in my neighborhood! Update names later!

I like this as the upstart new twig decided to have a go at making a new main branch.

I suspect that the main tree gets heavily pruned and then the tree responds with new growth on the larger bare branches!

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Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
In the center divider of some wider commercial streets in Los Angeles, trees are commonly planted.



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I love this delicate tree as it has pretty pink blossoms and then elongated seeds pods!

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And a few months later long pods have grown:


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Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
Santa Monica Boulevard has a park that’s only about 500 ft wide but borders the North Side of this busy main roadway though Beverly Hills with flower beds, sculptures and magnificent trees!

This path can be really peaceful and meditative!


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Asher Kelman! “One leg Pose”


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Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
Wow, James!

What a cute little visitor. Dash of red is very dapper!

Do you know the name

How did you happen on it?

Asher
 

James Lemon

Well-known member
Wow, James!

What a cute little visitor. Dash of red is very dapper!

Do you know the name

How did you happen on it?

Asher
It’s a Ruby Crowned Kinglet. I was trying a new lens for wildlife photography .This was something of a challenge shooting these little critters.

Best, regards
James
 

Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
A Ruby Crowned Kinglet!

Janes, did you know that all along? I was flummoxed!

So what lens on what body?

Asher
 

James Lemon

Well-known member
A Ruby Crowned Kinglet!

Janes, did you know that all along? I was flummoxed!

So what lens on what body?

Asher
No I had the wife do the research. A Nikkor 200 to 500mm budget lens on the Nikon Z6 body. I much prefer primes but I think a cropped sensor would be a great set up too. Something I thought exploring and trying new things.
 
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