My Australian Cherry tree, Eugenia, is full of ripe cherries. Not perhaps what you were thinking of from the title?
Many people make hedges out of this plant; I also have a few in my garden. However, this tree is immense! You can see part of the wide trunk in the background of the photo. We sit under its ample shade on hot afternoons.
Apparently the berries are edible, though I don’t eat them myself. One of my dogs used to chew on them a bit, but I don’t think he liked them very much.
Early one morning, just as the sun was rising . . .
I grabbed all my cameras and photographed my daughter’s lavender bush as it basked in those first warming rays.
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I clicked away using variously; my Galaxy camera phone, my decent Nikon camera and my little point and click Canon.
Below, my Galaxy camera phone really captures the effect of the sun’s rays slanting towards the lavender bush.
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As expected, my Nikon camera (with no zoom lens) achieves the best close up of the lavender, with a lovely bokeh.
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I really liked how my little point and click Canon camera catches the sunlight, so that the lavender bush appears lit from within.
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I found it interesting that each device offers a different aspect of the sunlit challenge. Though the results differ I think each has its own merit. They all found something unique to highlight in apparently the same shot.
Bearing in mind I have no filters; (and, indeed, little skill!) I was quite pleased with the varied results.
And that so far I have managed not to kill this lovey bush!