Sunday, September 25, 2011

Day 267 - The patience of plants

Nothing says "Fredericton" to us more than this bush, which seems to thrive in the climate of New Brunswick.

We're not sure what this is called (no doubt many people looking at this picture will be able to identify the bush in a heart beat) but we think they're very beautiful. And yet silly looking at the same time.

Many of the ones we see have pure white balls but others have interesting combinations of white with a pinky colour (like this one). The nice things about them as well is that they are easy to photograph, especially on a windless day. Mostly, they just stand there, posing for you. And they're patient. They'll wait all day until you get the shot you want.

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