30 November 2011

Wordless Wednesday 157

Fall Garden, October 2011


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24 comments:

Beth F 11/30/11, 12:03 AM  

Yes, I do have a thing for seed heads -- they make great photos.

Indrani 11/30/11, 12:16 AM  

They make great subjects for lens.

leeswammes 11/30/11, 5:07 AM  

A beautiful picture, with the green background as contrast.

bermudaonion 11/30/11, 7:09 AM  

The contrast between the seed head and the background is great!

caite 11/30/11, 7:28 AM  

nice...what sort of plant is it?

Secret Mom Thoughts 11/30/11, 7:47 AM  

Nice shot of the seed head.

Carol @ There's Always Thyme to Cook 11/30/11, 7:48 AM  

Does make a great photo, I really like it. It's kind of pretty all dried up and I bet gorgeous in all it;s summer glory!

Beth F 11/30/11, 7:55 AM  

Caite: it's from my wildflower garden and I failed to write down the plant when I took the photo several weeks ago. So, alas, I can't identify it.

Jen 11/30/11, 8:10 AM  

Very nice. I like the texture it creates. I love flowers at all stages for pictures...they're so fascinating.

Sandy Nawrot 11/30/11, 9:28 AM  

I need to get a better camera. When I try to do close ups, they just look bad. This is a gorgeous shot.

Beth Hoffman 11/30/11, 10:24 AM  

That photo gave me the chills. When you read my new novel, you'll know why!

Zibilee 11/30/11, 11:28 AM  

That photo speaks fall and winter so clearly. I love it.

catsynth 11/30/11, 12:04 PM  

The seed head has a stark beauty to it.

Daryl 11/30/11, 1:19 PM  

I love this .. some time in the warmer future the seeds that fell from that will bring new flowers .. its so circle of life!

bookbabie.com 11/30/11, 1:37 PM  

That's the kind of pics left in my garden now too, flowers may be gone but there's still plenty of beauty!

carol 11/30/11, 1:54 PM  

What a neat photo!

Ed T. 11/30/11, 3:36 PM  

I love the pastel-ly tones in the background. Happy WW!

~EdT.

Marie 11/30/11, 4:28 PM  

I love seed heads. In the past, I have selected some plants for our garden that have spectacluar seed heads. They add autumn/winter interest to what could be a dull wasteland.

Very nice shot.

Michelle 11/30/11, 6:06 PM  

This image looks a little like I feel. Prickly.

LOL!

(Diane) Bibliophile By the Sea 11/30/11, 8:33 PM  

Is that a coneflower seed head? great shot.

Leslie 12/1/11, 12:33 AM  

That's what my flowers look like now too. They are still pretty in their own way.

Robin 12/1/11, 7:58 AM  

Lots of great textures in this one. I bet it would make a great monochrome image too.

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Jenners 12/1/11, 2:43 PM  

I'm trying to figure out if this is dead, alive, or dead/alive!

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