Purple and Yellow (Cabomba)


Purple and Yellow (Cabomba), Original Photograph by Kim A. Bailey
Boynton Beach, Florida

Cabomba, also known as fanwort or Carolina water shield, is an aquatic plant native to the Americas. It is characterized by its delicate, feathery leaves that grow in dense clusters along submerged stems. Cabomba typically grows in freshwater habitats such as ponds, lakes, and slow-moving streams, where it can form dense mats of vegetation.

The leaves of Cabomba are finely divided and arranged in a whorled pattern along the stem, giving the plant a distinctive and attractive appearance. The foliage can range in color from bright green to reddish-brown, depending on factors such as water quality, light levels, and nutrient availability.

Of course, my image is a bit distorted with color. The original photograph was taken in the swampy area of the Loxahatchee Reserve. Photoshop allowed me to alter to colors that I love to turn nature into a very abstract image.



Printed using traditional high-quality methods, this photograph is an original piece of art, unlike inkjet prints or posters. You can choose from a variety of sizes and framing options, so you can find the perfect fit for your home or office.

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