from Ann Finkelstein
Ooh, that's one of your best! Samaras, who would have thought? Interesting color shift in the background. Luckily, it coincides with the vertical edge of a samara.Gonna try for samaras in flight when that time comes?! How's that for a challenge?
Tim: I didn't know the word samara, so I looked it up. Wikipedia gave me, "A samara is sometimes called a key and is often referred to as a whirlybird, helicopter, whirligig, polynose, or, in the north of England, a spinning jenny." The color shift is the lawn vs. the trunk. For the samaras in flight, I'm guessing you're not referring to the movie function on my camera ...
Oooh, I love this! And now I see the color shift in the background that Tim mentioned. Plus I learned a new word!
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