Saturday, 9 November 2013

Picture This #225 ~ Patterns In Nature

Busy busy busy today - but never too busy for Picture This!!

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Interesting Florida plant

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My front garden, Checkered Lily

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Palm Frond

The rakers are here to get the leaves off the yard and roof; they need a bit of supervision. I will be back soon to look at everyone's pictures.


8 comments:

  1. Beautiful shot of the bulbs.¨

    Lovely flower.

    Intricate natural structure

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  2. They are all so very good. the patterns of nature play wonderful games with our eyes.

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  3. Hi Benni !! Three fabulous choices for this week's theme!! I love that first one. Really unusual plant. The fruit looks like a dried corn-cob on the outside and a pomegranate on the inside!! The 'Checkered Lily' is beautiful. I've never seen one over here, Cool palm frond to finish :-))

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  4. Benni, these are beautiful! great shots!

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  5. Benni, thanks for spending a while for PT despite your busy life. I wouldn't see your three wonderful shots, otherwise...

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  6. Fantastic captures, Benni. I love your eye for the unusual. Please please please can you post me some seeds from that first plant, I will swop you for anything in my garden, you want? The Lily is exquisite, I have never seen one patterned like that, the man will be so jealous and will demand a bulb of that too. I also took pictures of the palm fronds in my garden for this, so difficult in the end to choose. I have recently been able to send quite a few cuttings, seeds and small succulents to my mother and aunt in Denmark, I am getting quite sneaky at it too. Inbox me your postal address over on FB, please. ((( )))

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    1. Marianne, I have no idea what that plant is. I only saw it once, in a garden when I was walking. Many people in Florida bring plants up from the islands or South America. I don't think it is native. I wish I could send you some seeds.

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  7. Bet the birds like the first one Benni and that lily is stunning.

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