It sure is, Lowell, and a beautiful one at that! Great photo!
Ah... mow the lawn, Lowell.
Lol, the battle to get home!!!
Great! Love an organized jungle look in the yard. By the way, aslo love your new header.
Looks like a good place to add tropical birds, maybe a few monkeys, and it would look like Costa Rica.
That is quite the tropical garden.
What no Fall color?
I'll bet there are some critters lurking in there too!
And someone's got a cozy home there? Must be the king of the jungle then! :)God bless you!Cezar
Beautiful! The lower part seems very "Jurassic Park" with all those ferns and palm trees. Then on the top part, the light creates a different world by introducing modernity. If that building was a cave or a mountain or a forest, then this would definitely be a scene from the dinosaur era. I really enjoyed the photo!By the way, Mateo is a Havanese (Bichon Havanese). He's sleeping beside me right now as I write :)
Great photo, great title!
I like this one, very good composition.
Where are all the Lions and Tigers???
Any wild animals lurking out there?
Only in Florida climate could you get that lush a garden inside. I am searching for monkeys and toucans in there somewhere.
Wait! Do I see Indiana Jones over in the corner there, hacking his way toward the camera? Or is it Mr. Pumpkin Pig, heading toward the barbecued ribs in the other corner?
it's so lush! Everything is looking a bit bedraggled here.
I love the perspective. I also love palm trees. They make me feel warm just looking at them, which is nice since it's currently quite cold in the northwest. At last count, there were 2.5 palm trees in this area, not nearly enough!
This is an inviting place, Lowell. I like the new banner photo.
Wonder if they have to use a machete to help get home each day?!
What lurketh within...?
Great title for this one!
I wish I could have been there....Winter will soon arrive here....
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