Tuesday, August 10, 2010

seedheads...

Leek Seed



LOVE poppy pods

great images from crownology


from garden fool now - an echinacea seed head. Em is a wonderful photographer who would never claim that  as her profession is altogether in a different direction - but for well over a year I have been inspired by visiting her blog and see what is occurring in her fabulous garden in the state of New York.... 4 seasons with very distinct changes... for someone in the sub-tropics this is a revelation!


clematis roguchi seed head - gf


dandelion - gf

 Of late my camera has not been working too well... and i have been having a mid year break. Back soon!

8 comments:

CrowNology said...

Thanks for using and crediting my photos...
I love the whole life and death of flowers...
xo
Andrea

Sophie Munns said...

Im so pleased you were happy for these images to be included Andrea... as you say... the entire life cycle is awe-inspiring when you take the time to observe...'
lovely to connect,
Sophie

Dom said...

Hello Sophie
tout d'abord un grand merci pour votre clin d'oeil concernant ma page "la vie est belle". Je vous écris via cet blog parce qu'à chaque fois que je désire aller sur votre page, je reçois l'annonce qu'il y a un logiciel malveillant . Je tenais à vous en informer. Je ne sais pas trop bien ce qu'il faut faire mais si vous essayez votre adresse, je crois que vous verrez par vous-même ce qui y est indiqué.
J'ai hâte d y revenir

Bon été à vous
Dom

Sophie Munns said...

Hello Dom...
alas!
i do not read french...but I love your blog "La vie est belle" which I mentioned at my other blog last night...so I will stay in touch...
A big thank you!

Sophie

em said...

sophie, here is what dom said: "Firstly a big thank you for your glance on my page "Life is beautiful". I am writing through this blog because every time I want to go on your page, I get the announcement that there is a malicious software. I wanted to let you know. I do not know too well what to do but if you try your address, I think you'll see for yourself what is shown.
I cannot wait to return" i just threw this into google translate, and voila, as the french say!

anyway, thanks so much for using my photos!!! they really do look nice... it's hard for me to be objective looking at them anymore. as fall approaches, there will be more seed opportunities. i don't think the fall colors will be much this year, as we've had such a drought and many are already beginning to drop leaves, before they turn! thanks again for a lovely post...

sophie munns said...

Thank god for your translation Em...interesting ...last week a bit of hacking seemed to be happening around the traps...maybe i got hit...is it ok this week...I hope.....
google tranalate.... must remember that!

not good hearing about the drought...sad to miss that autumnal colour in the gardens...at least you have recorded it all before...but its sad to not see this year....
well...sending you an email too....
best,
S

Maggie Neale said...

Beautiful seed heads! Excellent!

sophie munns said...

Hi Maggie,
lovely to hear from you! Its that time of the year in your neck of the woods for seed heads Im thinking...
Sophie

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