Wednesday, 26 June 2013

Picture This #205 ~ Green

Oh I am so late this theme, so without further ado my pictures.


Solomon Seals

A wildflower, Solomon Seals.


Wild turkey

In the dark green of the woods, a wild turkey.


Pine needles

Pine needles.

13 comments:

  1. Love the vivid green of the first one.

    Wonderful shot of the turkey.

    Lovely shot of the pine-needles.

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    1. Thank you, Anders! I am glad you like them.

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  2. Hi Benni !! Good to see you back. Three really good shots for the 'green theme' :-)) The Solomon Seal wildflower is really lovely. Cool shot of Mr Turkey lurking in the greenery. Great shot of the pine-needles, a good texture shot.

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    1. Thanks, Mitch. The needles are fragrant as well, wish I could capture that.

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  3. Love the wildflowers... very pretty...they look like little bells ringing as they praise nature. My first time to see a wild turkey... very cute! Nice green in the last photo. My favourite... the wildlowers!

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    1. Belita, thank you. Your comment about the little bells reminds me of a song we sang as girls.

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  4. At least it is not only me. LOL must be the seasons. Love the shots and love the turkey shot. Mine have always come out underexposed. Very nice one here.

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    1. Thanks, Randall. That turkey did not wish to be photographed so I was lucky.

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  5. Pretty shot of the Solomon's Seal. We have that here at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden but I haven't caught it blooming yet.

    The wild Turkey shot is fantastic! I've heard them out beside the woods in Jackson,GA but was never fast enough to catch a photo of them.

    Lovely shot of the pine needles. The two last shots really make me homesick!

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    1. Thanks, Debby. Yup, those turkeys are hard birds to photograph. I am glad the pictures reminded you of home.

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  6. wonderful wonderful especially the last so simple but so very effective

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    1. Thanks, Heidi. I enjoyed taking it, just proves the adage that you should always bring your camera along and take pix of everything.

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  7. Better late than never. Three wonderful photos, but I just love the wild turkey. I have never seen one before. He just melts wonderfully into the background.

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