Twisting jungle of "Mother-in-law's Tongue" plant
Somewhat unkindly, the plant featured in this photo is commonly known as "Mother-in-law's Tongue", due to the fact that is is nearly impossible to get rid of! I'm not sure of it's real name, but I'll try to track it down soon. The leaves, although all very similar, also contrast in their details. The repetitive pattern on each leaf is slightly different from one to the other, defining the edges of the leaves and breaking up the visual "flow".
This photo was taken with the Kodak C330 camera.
Blade of grass with water droplets
Odd one out - Camphor-laurel leaves in contrast