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Best Of 2021

(January – December 2021)

Andrey Anatolievich Arkhipov

The Lena Pillars (UNESCO World Heritage)

Pat Albright

Best Sagebrush of 2021 Part 2

Fort Worth Texas, USA

December 14, 2021 1;46 GMT -6 Texas Time

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Our Xeriscape (low water) garden was designed by Sally Allsup a notable Landscape Architect in February 2004. Her planting specification included a ‘Texas Sage’ (Leucophyllum frutescens).

The Texas Sage apparently does not have a bloom schedule.  It blooms when it wants to bloom. The Sage is a good-looking, durable bush. It’s a native Texas plant.  Over the last 10 years we have noticed that it will with some regularity they will go full bloom several days before it rains.  This curious response to weather probably is mostly due to the plant's sensitivity and ability to detect humidity as well as change in barometric pressure. Rather like a living ‘Weather Station’.

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Equipment:
Insta360 One x (Firmware 1.8.36)
Samsung Galaxy s9 (Android Ver 10) 
Insta360 phone app (Ver 1.6.1)
Insta360 Studio (Ver 3.4.2)
Mini Tripod 6" (15cm)
Photoshop CS 6 (not CC)
Affinity Photo (Ver 1.1)
PTgui Pro (Ver 12.9)
Pano2VR Pro (Ver 6.1.14)

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