Ok, I have no idea what this is. It’s weird, it’s part of a tree, and I really like it. But I’m clueless. Anyone?

 

Shot at Wilson Botanic Park with my Olympus OMD EM5 with my 60mm (120mm equivalent) macro lens.

x desleyjane

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Posted by:desleyjane

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22 replies on “Macro Garden Series – 12

  1. Looking at the leaf I’d agree with Susan. Liquidambar styraciflua, commonly called American sweetgum. The long-stemmed fruit balls of Liquidambar resemble those of the American sycamore or buttonwood. Should be a gorgeous red/yellow/orange in the autumn.

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