Project 365 Day 214: What Plant Is This

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Day 214 of my project 365 found me wandering around the little garden area of our office building looking for something to photograph. I found this colorful leaf but I can’t recall what plant it is.

Its on the tip of my tongue but I can’t remember. Does anyone have any idea what the name of the plant is?

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  1. Mary says

    It looks like a coleus. I used to have some in my yard in another state.

    I enjoy reading your blog – I found you because of your tripod review. Do you still like it/them? I’m in the market right now but my local camera store said they aren’t going to carry that brand much longer. They like the heads but not the bases. Do you mind letting me know if your experience is still good? Thanks!

    Mary

    • Mark says

      Mary,

      Thanks for the info on the plant. I think you might be right about it being a Coleus.

      I’m glad you enjoy the blog. It’s nice to hear from readers. Please let me know if there is anything you’d like me to review, post about, etc. and I will see what I can do.

      As for the tripod, I am very happy with it. I’ve had it for about 6 months and have had the opportunity to use it in a variety of situations. Its easy to adjust and is built very well. I haven’t traveled with it yet but it fits in my carry-on bag (with the head removed) yet still extends to length that is tall enough for me to use it comfortably (I’m just under 6’1″). Pam has the aluminum-legged version and though she hasn’t used it as much as me, she is very happy with it.

      I hope that helps you. If you do decide to purchase it (or any other camera or accesory), please consider getting it from Amazon or Adorama (I have links for both on the blog). Both companies are easy to deal with and their prices are very competitive.

      Let me know if I can be of any more help to you in your decision and stay tuned as I plan on having some kind of contest/giveaway very soon.

      Cheers!

      Mark

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