A really close look at palms

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Wondering around the yard with a beer and my camera. Felt like we need to look closer at the palms we love. 

 

 

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Super cool photos. Please tell me about the very last photo. What is it?

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Wow man can't tell if it was the beer or the camera that made those pictures so cool!

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20 minutes ago, Tracy S said:

Super cool photos. Please tell me about the very last photo. What is it?

It’s the ultra rare dypsis lutescens. Even our common palms are beautiful once you rub noses with them. 

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I've never seen the black speckled marks on a lutscens before. Nice photo!

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More pictures!

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More pictures!

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Bro, you’ve got a great eye. Almost looks like u know what you’re doing. What’s the first one?

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13 minutes ago, quaman58 said:

Bro, you’ve got a great eye. Almost looks like u know what you’re doing. What’s the first one?

 

13 minutes ago, quaman58 said:

Bro, you’ve got a great eye. Almost looks like u know what you’re doing. What’s the first one?

Thanks. Hyphorbe indica red form. 

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Those pictures are amazing!! Those close ups sure highlight some of those amazing colors we sometimes take for granted. Great thread!!

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inspirational, nicely done.

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Very cool.

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On 9/15/2018, 3:04:54, Stevetoad said:

Wondering around the yard with a beer and my camera. Felt like we need to look closer at the palms we love. 

Sounds familiar, but in my case it is usually a glass of red wine.  Starting with a Dypsis robusta.

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Dypsis crinita

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Presto followed by a Pritchardia, then Chambeyronia hookerii

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A pair of a Dypsis lanceolata followed by Pseudophoenix sargentii, closing with the rasta child.

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Dypsis d's (decipiens, decaryi) and pembana inflorescence

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Nice pics guys. Keep adding on!!!  

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On 9/16/2018, 7:37:28, Stevetoad said:

Keep adding on!!!

Steve since others need a prodding, I will add a couple from my Sunday photo session.  In order:

1.  Kentiopsis oliviformis trunk; 2.  Kentiopsis oliviformis emerging spear; 3.  Veitchia spiralis 4. Dypsis onilahensis hybrid

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Ok add a few more with names this time

1. C. Macrocarpa

2. Bismarckia 

3. Mule

4. veitchia montgomeryana

5. dypsis leptocheilos

6. Coccothrinax argentea 

 

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More! :drool:

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My Washingtonia robusta.

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On 9/18/2018, 4:36:22, Stevetoad said:

 

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The color on this is amazing

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Bismarkia nobilis and Beccariophoenix 

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Looking happy

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Great idea and spectacular photography!

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Lytocaryum insigne (*2014-02-14) stem:

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