A very appealing image with wonderful & effective PP work.
Je n'ai pas de traduction pour "bull rush" Est-ce une fleur de roseau ?
Une image bien contrastée. J'aime bien les diagonales et verticales vertes qui offrent une structure moderne au tableau.
Here, I'd love to read your comments but since it's in your language and not translated I have no idea what your posting . Any way it can be translated ? Ron
@ronlhodges .. there is a translate button that you can click to see what Herve or others say.
@herve.majoufre It probably is a reed flower .. I am not even sure it is correctly called a bullrush .. it is a name used from childhood.
Beautiful work Sharon .......I don't have that button on my screen. Do I need to download something or update something?
Are you sure Bob .. I didn't download it .. it just appears when a reply or post is written in another language.
There is no world button on my page either . However I am on my work computer and when I get home ill check my home computer but off hand I don't remember seeing that icon either on my home computer .
Nice capture and edit . All I have ever known this plant to be is a cattail or a punk . Resembles a punk used for lighting fireworks . .
I just saw another post with Herve's posting and the world icon was only on his comment , no one else or mine . Now I understand the icon has to be on the person of another language that makes a comment .
@Shazzyco41268 there's a profile of a face in the female flower. It is a Bulrush or Great Reedmace
@herve.majoufre c'est la fleur femelle de typha latifola ou jonc des chaisiers
Very nice artwork!
Nice shot....we always called them 'cat tails'.
This is a super edit. It looks like there is a slight breeze bowing it about.
The globe only shows up when the comment is in a foreign language.