Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Morning Glory/Wordless Wednesday

26 comments:

  1. Sue girl ... perfect picture .. it says so many things about this time of year. I'm afraid my morning glory experiment for the year fell flat .. and no Moonflowers at all happened .
    DARN IT !!! LOL
    Joy

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  2. not what I expected to see ?I love morning glories but they ahve not prospered for me in Fl or moonflowers??

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  3. this is a beautiful capture. like the little hairs and curly tenticles...lovely.

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  4. Great photo... I have similar shots from the back of almost-dry sunflower.. they are sweet, ageless...

    ~bangchik

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  5. All these reminders of fall are cracking my denial! Great photo Sue; the detail is tremendous! Plants are very hairy. gail

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  6. A morning glory in the evening of its glory! How symbolic.
    I like the way the light is falling on it and highlighting each and every hair and curl.

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  7. These are the kind of photos I like.

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  8. You are really getting the knack of your macro!
    Rosey

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  9. Wonderful shot. Not something I've seen with our morning glories down here.

    FlowerLady

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  10. A very nice choice for today's post!

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  11. Just be careful Sue. Next year you'll have a thousand Morning Glories. :]

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  12. A good shot !! but what is it actuelly.. not a spider but...

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  13. A flower gone on to better things. All the detail in the photo is great, hairs, tentacles, curls of sepals. Wonderful.

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  14. Great photo! :-) I'd never have guessed what it was.

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  15. The cool things we tend to overlook...I love it!

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  16. Even the morning glories are preparing for the long winter nap. Cool photo. I like the tangled tendrils. My mg's were a huge flop except for a few exceptionally pretty flowers.

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  17. What a lovely shot. Must be your newly discovered super macro! :-)

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  18. Congratulations on your Blotanical Win ~ hugs, Cherry

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  19. I like your fuzzy morning glory, Sue. Congrats to you for your Blotanical award for best Nebraska blog.
    Meems @ Hoe and Shovel

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  20. Congratulations to you, Congratulations to you, Congratulations to yooooouuuu! On being nominated Nebraska's Best Blog! :-) Yea!

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  21. Way to go! Congrats are in order for you!
    Rosey

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  22. Congratulations on your award! Love the morning glory photo. Nature is an amazing sculptor.

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  23. Sue, congratulations on your Blotanical award! Happy gardening and blogging to you!

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  24. Sue, Congrats on your award. I always thought you'd win;-) And I am glad you did!

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