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U.S.A., Washington State. USDA zone 8a. Sunset climate zone 5

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

August. My Picture Of The Day


16 comments:

  1. It looks like a bountiful harvest, Tatyana! It's amazing how many seeds those pods can hold. Nice geraniums too.

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  2. Future poppies make a lovely picture!

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  3. Now we just need some bagels. :)
    Rosey

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  4. Таня, какая фото- и жизненная композиция получилась, и какой замечательный фотокадр!
    Обнимаю тебя!

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  5. Tatyana,
    beautiful photo!
    I'm sad to have been an almost-totally-absent viewer to blogs since we had the equipment problem in our home last month. I hope to catch up on your blog posts soon though. I also have columbine seeds for you, so I'll be in touch about that.

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  6. That's exactly what I was out doing today. It's amazing how many seeds there are.

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  7. That's a lot of poppies for next year! Have you counted the seeds? LOL... just kidding.

    Cameron

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  8. You are a great photographer! Very nice island pictures...

    http://theurbanbalcony.blogspot.com/

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  9. WHOA! Are these the double bloom poppies?? Save those seed pods for dried arrangements ;)

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  10. I do not grow poppies so I had no idea there were so many seeds in the pods.You will always have poppies with that harvest.

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  11. So that's how a poppy seed looks like.

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  12. Ohhhh..love the red and black with white combination. I think you should do a guessing game as to how many seeds you have. Start counting girl..hehehehe

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  13. oh, nice dried poppy heads Tatyana. I have a few in my garden I'm hoping to sprinkle about. I want more of the peony type next spring! Great photo!

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