A Photo a Week: Stripes, Look Up, Look Down

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This week Nancy has talked about stripes for her challenge.

As it is ANZAC Day I have a New Zealand theme for a couple of photos for both these challenges.

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For these photos of New Zealand Ferns I have used the leaves as stripes rather than the actual petals as in the first photo.

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This plant I found underneath a huge, old tree at Frimley Park.  The striped leaves stood out to me.

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Finally back to striped flowers with this geranium.

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