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Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Japanese Maple. My Picture of the Day

Acer palmatum Shindeshojo








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13 comments:

  1. Beautiful! I love Japanese maples.

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  2. What a gorgeous maple! Love all the different angles.

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  3. Looks as if you've had some nice rain lately. That fifth picture, I just love the pink! I remember your post, probably from last year, of Japanese Maples. Beautiful also.

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  4. Beautiful! I love how these lovely trees can look different in various lights. The glimmer of the leaves as they gently sway in the breeze draws me near almost every time.

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  5. Your first few shots where the branched frame the views are super!! I love a Japanese Maple in the garden, the perfect little tree.

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  6. Hi Tatyana! It´s so beautiful! And I do love those Japanese Maples... We bought two new ones a few weeks ago 'Orange Dream' and 'Pink passion' We couldn´t resist them and now we have to find a spot somewhere in the garden to plant them "lol"

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  7. Oh yes, it is a beauty! Hmmmm... thanks for the relaxing eye candy. Great shots!

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  8. капли дождя пекрасно украшают это клен!

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  9. I'm a huge fan of Japanese Maples. The one you've featured here is outstanding.

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  10. Catching up on your blog posts Tatyana. What gorgeous, gorgeous photos of your Japanese Maple. You are so good behind the lens! I know the subject matter is great but you captured it so artistically.
    Your garden looks lovely ~ the pink peony is especially beautiful. I'm liking these single blooms more & more (compared to the heavy full blooms of the old fashioned kind)
    Hope your summer is starting well?

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  11. Amazing shots. Take a look at our Japanese Maples and let us know what you think!

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