Vanilla Leaf

Vanilla Leaf
Vanilla Leaf

One of the common plants of spring in the Olympic National Park is vanilla leaf. The raceme (the flowers) grow on a separate stem from the leaf structure. Supposedly, the leaves have a faint vanilla smell. I haven’t been convinced.

This was taken on the Lake Quinault Nature Trail. For those looking at the specs below … and wondering … no, I didn’t hand hold this image. I used a tripod. Even with the sun, the light wasn’t that intense.

Photo taken May 15, 2018

Camera: Nikon D810
Lens: Zeiss Milvus 50mm
ISO 100    1/20sec    f/7.1


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  1. Looking for comparison to Haws Watering Can Label. Found by Nicola White, Mudlark – Tideline Art, in the River Thames, London.. (Youtube).

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