Weekly Photo Challenge: Layers

Finally! The wind died down this morning and I got outside to take pictures for the first time in a week.  Unbelievably, almost every image wound up working for this week’s challenge, yet I had NO idea the topic was layers until long after lunch! 🙂  Gotta love when the stars align like that!!

Anyway…here we go 🙂

The first photo shows an unidentified kalanchoe with layers of leaves in different shapes and sizes:

Unidentified Kalanchoe, 11/15/13

Next, Lady Margaret Passiflora is a study in multi-layered beauty!

Passiflora Lady Margaret, 11/15/13

Tiny roots form the bottom layer on this Kalanchoe pinnata leaf-plantlet.

Kalanchoe pinnata plantlet, 11/15/13

In a few weeks, layers of orange flowers will burst from this wild Sesbania bud.

Sesbania punicea, 11/15/13

Before I sign off….. If you can identify the Kalanchoe in the first photo, let me know!

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Until next time…

🙂 🙂 🙂

22 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Layers

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  6. Don’t know about the Kalanchoe but all your layers are pretty! Zemanta! I don’t think I can do plug-ins. I did go out and purchase WP for Dummies. Thank you. I spent the afternoon with it yesterday and found all kinds of great info.. 🙂

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