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Thursday, October 11, 2012

Seeds and Seedheads. Wordless Wednesday








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18 comments:

  1. I'm obsessed with seed heads lately, too. I think I'm going to make some potpourri with some from my garden.

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    1. I agree, PlantPostings! Seed heads add so much to a garden!

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  2. wow, i love those black and white rendition and the bulbs. Every photos are beautiful and very Tatyana-ish!

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    1. Andrea, thank you, my friend! You made me smile with that new term Tatyana-ish!

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  3. I love poppies. Fine pictures and there are so many different forms of seed.

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    1. Hi Sadun and thank you! Poppies are my favorites!

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  4. love the black and white photos, really accentuate the seed pods.

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    1. Janet, thanks! I think that allium heads are very photogenic!

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  5. Beautiful pictures! I also love to photograph seedpods. There is such a variety in them and it's amazing to see how the different seeds look as well. Those poppy seedheads are so pretty and decorative.
    Bye,
    Marian

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  6. Your wordless seedheads look beautiful!

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  7. Lovely photos, especially the seedhead "exploding"!

    Gaz: Alternative Eden

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    1. Thank you Gaz! Ha-ha, I never thought about it from this prospective!

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  8. I love the structure of these seed heads. They add another dimension to a flower's beauty. Your photos are artistic and quite lovely!

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  9. I love seedheads, especially the ones which rattle. Your photos are beautiful. Thank you!

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