Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Papyrus Plant


A frog paradise at Quinta de Rana Park, Carcavelos

15 comments:

Lowell said...

Lots of chirping going on there, right. Beautifully composed photo and the colors are magnificent. I don't think we grow papyrus here. Looks like you had a nice day to be out and about.

Sharon Anck said...

I bet you can hear them when the sun is going down.

Sylvia K said...

Ah, I'm sure the frogs love it!! I know that I love your blue, blue skies!! Beautiful capture as always, Jose!!

Dina said...

Is it noisy at night with all those frogs?
Papyrus is such a graceful plant.

RedPat said...

And such a nice neighbourhood they have, JM!

Halcyon said...

Everything is so green!

William Kendall said...

Vivid shades of green! I can imagine the sounds of those frogs right now...

LONDONLULU said...

I love the idea of a frog paradise, it looks like one too! (We live not far from a place called "Frog Hollow" - also a frog paradise:)

Randy said...

Nice composition.

Bob Crowe said...

Now that's interesting. I'm sure I would not have recognized it.

Stickup Artist said...

So very inviting accentuated by the lead-in lines of the composition and the cool, cool color palette.

Joan Elizabeth said...

Is that what Papyrus looks like! I of course have heard of it being used as a type of paper but didm;t know what the original looked like.

Sami said...

A lovely pond for the frogs indeed!

bailey-road.com said...

Love the papyrus waving in the breeze.

VP said...

We had a country house for a while with papyrus plant and even bamboos. There were also frogs, obviously!