This beautiful fern wrapped the tree like a ribbon.
@ a garden in Davao City
Platycerium superbum, commonly known as the Stag Horn Fern, is a Platycerium species of fern. It is native to Australia, in east central New South Wales north of Nabiac and in Queensland. It is a bracket epiphyte occurring in and near rainforests. Platycerium superbum is very widely cultivated as an ornamental plant.
straight out of the camera
Linking to Mandarin Orange Monday
That is one amazing nature phenomenon. Wow...it's gorgeous.
Gorgeous big fern!
The bugs are firebugs, Pyrrhocoris apterus. They are allover the world.
Gorgeous and so impressive. So different from the plants we have in Europe.
That is one gorgeous plant! Thanks for visiting me and leaving such kind words.
Wow! Great shots and so tropical and intricate ~ Nice to
'view' as MA has snow!
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The play with colours is great! It does look like a nice "wrapper".
love both of them. But maybe the first one a little bit more. The fern looks interesting in it self.
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I like the original photo very much - but I just LOVE what you did with it! Great processing! Thank you for sharing with Mandarin Orange Monday:)
An amazing, "ambidextrous" fern! Adore the colour tones in that first photo! As if light is glowing in the leaves!
Delicious compositions with beautiful colors in both versions. Exquisite.
Beautiful shots of the beautiful plant. Have a fabulous week!
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