Little Palm – Revisited

Last Fall, a little ornamental tree appeared in the foyer of The Cochise Oncology Clinic. I loved it so much, I did a blog on it. Here is what it looked like then.

Big Bird - as a plant

And here is the same little tree now. It lost all its leaves – but cowabunga! – all new ones grew in. I Photoshopped this version a bit differently. I never know what I am doing, so no results are ever repeatable. But I like how both of these came out.

little palm at Cochise


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14 Responses to Little Palm – Revisited

  1. gypsy97 says:

    As photos go, I much prefer the first one. The second one looks more like artwork rather than a photograph, and when I think about it I guess that’s the way it’s supposed to look. I prefer the photo though.


  2. Kit says:

    COWABUNGA. . .is right on!


  3. dawnbmoore says:

    I Love both–it’s such fun to tweak photos!


  4. Gwen Barnes says:

    Pachypodium Lamerei or “Madagascar Palm” although it’s actually not a palm, but a succulent from Madagascar, off the east coast of Africa.

    Valued for its exotic looks and interesting flowers.


  5. I like both, but the second is my favorite! 🙂


  6. Sherry says:

    No clue how to use photoshop. Never could afford the program but it’s fun to see what you do.


    • judilyn says:

      When Photoshop first came out back in the 80’s, I worked at Apple. The rep that came to call gave me a copy, and we have just been upgrading it ever since. It is outrageously expensive these days for the few features that I know how to use. There are a lot of other applications that will allow personalization at much lower cost!

      Happily most of the food pictures, taken with my ancient iPhone4 camera, require very little to make them look “good enough to eat”! ;->


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