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:-) I saw the title and thought you’d gone to Croton and done mashups of what you saw there. Either way, pretty damn nice! I’m particularly fond of “Micro” for the playing with scale – I like finding those tiny leaves in there. Colors are great in that one, too. You have such an eye for color!
Thanks Lynn. You’ll enjoy hearing that I had no idea what the name of the plant was until I did a Google search. Then I wondered if Croton-on-Hudson had anything to do with that so I did more research and discovered that Croton-on-Hudson took its name from a local Native American chief, Kenotin or Knoten, which means “wild wind.” Still, I can’t help wondering if the official town house plant is the croton :)
These are beautiful, ag.
Thanks, Michael, much appreciated.
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