Week 45: Hair

Two blocks from my home is a short street named Fountain Grass. Fountain Grass is a common ornamental plant in Florida. It is drought-tolerant, grows fast and reaches three feet tall with its graceful flower spikes waving in the breeze. It is these flower spikes, the ripening seed heads, that are made up of little hairs, as you can see in this backlit, highly filtered photo.

Fountain Grass

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