Featured: Shadows of agave, on agave
Featured January 24
Featuring a bit of shadow play with agave leaves.
A couple of BW versions are here - https://arctangent.smugmug.com/Photography/Creative-Alterations/Transforming-Nature-Into-Art/i-8pJRzfs - and here - https://arctangent.smugmug.com/Photography/Photographic-Styles/Black-and-White-Monochrome/i-SZQm7zs
The spines look a bit like sharks' teeth, I think.
Phoenix Desert Botanical Garden, NE corner of Papago Park, Phoenix, AZ
Taken March 25, 2008 (D084-2008); edited 2017
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I do agree that the spines look like shark's teeth. It's most interesting the shadows that the Agave leaves have created on the others. This is a wonderful capture.
Beautiful light and color, nice shot!
excellent shadows and color contrasts
One of Arizona's claim to fame...
Gorgeous mix of light & shadows in this well done closeup.
Well seen; like the close-up view!
Still rained in, fogged in, clouded over, with no end in sight