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Caine says:

Aww, so sweet. He has an interesting pattern, and I like the iceplant shadow falling on him. Goodness, iceplant. I haven't thought of that stuff for years. It's planted damn near everywhere in California.

31st Aug 2007, 06:57

Euphro says:

Thanks for the name of the plant and for your kind comments :)

31st Aug 2007, 06:59

Caine says:

:) Iceplant is planted on slopes, hills, and along most freeways. For a succulent, it is incredibly hardy and near impossible to get rid of once it has spread. It does do a good job of anchoring slopes and hills (lots of mudslides in Cal) and you can sled down the stuff if you happen to be a reckless and irresponsible sprog. ;D

31st Aug 2007, 07:05

minkey says:

Also got those in britanny.... usually right by the coast. Invasion ? now know the name in english :-)

31st Aug 2007, 08:43

Dhamaka says:

this is a lovely shot

I've seen it in the Canaries and BAires but it has seemed deliberately cultivated and hasn't spread widely at either

31st Aug 2007, 10:16

swamprose says:

I come out of the wilderness up north and Euphro in Santa Barbara is on a real wildlife tour. Just love the skunks, the possum, and of course, the raccoons. Best of all is the curlew. A rare bird, really endangered. You make Santa Barbara a must see wildlife destination.

31st Aug 2007, 15:01

Viv says:

a cutie

2nd Sep 2007, 02:18

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