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

Saturday, December 7, 2013

Late Fall Seedpods and Spiderwebs


Hollyhock:


Echinacea

Monarda:

Meadow Rue:




Lavatera:

Poppy, garlic, lavender:

Columbine:

More beautiful spiderwebs  -  HERE

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20 comments:

  1. These are great pictures with spiderwebs daintily clinging to and covering spent seed heads and flowers. Really lovely.

    FlowerLady

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    1. Lorraine, thank you! It's cold now, and birds feed on those seedpods!

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  2. Beautiful photos, especially with the spiderwebs...and the frost...love them!

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    1. Scott, thank you! Garden is sleeping, and it's still nice!

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  3. Beautiful closeups of dewy webs and seedpods! Do you save the poppy seeds?

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    1. Thanks, Alison! I do save them! They are great for indoor and outdoor decoration.

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  4. So beautiful. Your seedpods and spiderwebs come to life on your magnificent photos.

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  5. Such subtle beauty in these photos...especially that papavar seed heads.

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  6. Beautiful spiderwebs! Love the seedpods with spiderwebs.
    Marian

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  7. Wow! It's like an Edward Gorey scene. Stunning!

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  8. You even make seed heads look gorgeous!!

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    1. Donna, they are the stars in the winter garden! Thank you!

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  9. The webs magically transform the seed heads! You share such beautiful photographs!

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  10. Some brilliant shots. Wonderfully captured! The dew drops on the spider webs make them a wonderful subject to capture shots of.

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