Callery pear study

Study: Callery pear tree

Study: Callery pear tree

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Callery pear study

The callery pear is an invasive species in North America. Yet it was planted all over my subdivision when it was built starting about 25 years ago. They’re showy in the spring, full of white flowers that smell of rotting shrimp.

There’s a retention pond just beyond my back yard, and one callery pear is rooted at the shore. I assume it’s a volunteer, like all of the other brush growing there.

I mounted my 50mm f/1.8G AF Nikkor Special Edition lens to my Nikon DF, set the camera to ISO 100, and went out to photograph it on a pleasant day.

Callery pear study
Callery pear study
Callery pear study
Callery pear study
Callery pear study
Callery pear study
Callery pear study
Callery pear study
Callery pear study

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Hi, I’m Steven, a Florida native, who left my career in corporate wealth management six years ago to embark on a summer of soul searching that would change the course of my life forever.

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