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Tuesday, October 6, 2009

October Freckles. My Picture of the Day


Copyright 2009 TatyanaS

26 comments:

  1. Poppies... the seed pods are just as interesting as the flowers were.
    You are making crave poppy seed bagels now. Mmm. Superb photo!
    Rosey

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  2. Aren't poppy seedheads wonderful?? I like how the seeds can be 'poured' out like pepper from a shaker.

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  3. What a nice photo...I have freckles everyday, LOL.

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  4. Hi Tatyana~~ I love it. What did KeeWee call seed pods? Yard art, I think it was. These poppies definitely qualify. The inky sprinkling around their necks is a nice touch.

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  5. I like the seed pods. Is this what mine will look like next year? Have a great day Tatyana.

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  6. Интересно так, они как кменные смотряться)Хорошее фото! Какого цвета были маки?

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  7. I love seed pods. I harvest them every year and use them inside for decorating. You took an incredible pic! -Jackie

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  8. Thank you for your comments!
    Camille, I also like those bagels, but they are not very easy to find!
    Janet, ha! I like this association, peppershaker!
    Darla, you'll look forever young with freckles!
    Urban Green, do poppies grow in your region?
    Grace, it's interesting - those sprinkles are not black, they are dark purple/violet!
    Becca, yes, it's those plants! If you leave them long on the beds, they should look like mine.
    SoNa, это арбузно-красные, они на многих моих фото.Спасибо тебе за озывы, и здесь, и там. Надеюсь, твой малыш поправился! Мед, чеснок..., ну сама знаешь как укреплять его имунную систему.

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  9. What a great picture. I left all of mine standing to reseed except 2 I think. Had a couple people to share with so needed to pick them. I sure hope mine reseed well!

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  10. Poppy seed pods are magical, aren't they? In summer, I also love the furry caps that fall to reveal the crinkled crinoline of petals.

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  11. Excellent shot! I was too impatient and cleared my poppies out. Not before shaking the pods and collecting some more, though!

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  12. Those are cool looking. I like the spider web attached to the one. Great photo!

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  13. Those are cool looking. I like the spider web attached to the one. Great photo!

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  14. Great photo! Definately garden art...by our favorite lady....Mother Nature!

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  15. Very nice, love the contrast you captured.

    Jen

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  16. I don't know if the poppy seedheads in my garden have ever turned that ghostly white. Very nice!

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  17. Very nice. I love how you notice the "little" things!

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  18. These seed pods are almost as pretty as the flowers themselves! Now I'm really looking forward to seeing some of these next fall in my own garden after planting the poppy seeds you sent me.

    Gorgeous photos from Kauai!

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  19. They very structural. I like the blue tinge. Lovely photo Tatyana.

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  20. The poppy pods are one of my favorites. You caught them beautifully.

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  21. I'll never look at scarlet and crimson in the garden the same again. Inspired post.

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  22. hard to believe those seed pods produce those magnificent poppies, isn't it?
    I think the pods are cool, too.
    Nice shot!

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  23. There is something very beautiful about your photo Tatyana... the contrast of verdant life in the leaves and the crisp white and black and gray of death. That death is filled with life in abundance of seed I imagine. The poppy pods are remarkably like hand made... so carefully carved at every edge.. I especially love whre the head meets the stem. Exquisite image. Carol

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  24. Танечка, ШИКАРНАЯ фотография!!!
    ...И такая - со значением, из-за паутинки...
    А ещё, было счастливое время, когда я любила выпеченые пирожки с маком. Вкусно! И красиво!

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