Monday, June 25, 2012

Mute Monday

 
 
 
 
 
 
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13 comments:

Ms. A said...

Love that fuzzy little brontosaurus necked shoot, of whatever it is!

Miss_Yves said...

I was seeking how to describe , to comment the third photograph: Ms A did it for me very well !

Kath said...

Lovely.

Buckeye? Are yours turning already? Here they usually turn late August, but they're doing it Now!

Brian Miller said...

some nice delicate beauty there....

Jean Baardsen said...

Lovely! Yes, that number three - he's grinning!

Martin said...

Totally mute...iful.

Vicki Lane said...

The brontosaurus is a fern shoot. I thought it looked like the prow of a Viking ship.

Kath, the buckeyes here occasionally have rogue branches like that. I don't know if they're sick and dying or just aberrant.

Barbara Rogers said...

For a writer to be wordless, you do great, gal! Lovely way to express the beauty around you. Thanks.

NCmountainwoman said...

Each one was definitely worth a thousand words. Beautiful.

FOLKWAYS NOTEBOOK said...

Eye-popping colors -- just great -- barbara

GrandmaK said...

Exquisite pics (whispered for mute monday!) ;0) Lovely post!! Cathy

Vagabonde said...

We are back from our trip to Tennessee and I am delaying writing a post so I can read all my bloggy friends’ posts. I went to the Farmer’s Market on the Marietta Square on Saturday and bought some nice veggies. I tried a recipe for cymlings – from a Southern cookbook, and they were delicious (I think they are also called patty pan squash.) I bought tiny string less green beans (cooked the french way) and a small cabbage and more. I have not had artichokes in a long time. My mother used to cook them only one way – boil them and place them in the fridge. When they are cold serve them with a small vinaigrette made with a bit of French mustard, wine vinegar and olive oil – never had them with butter like you mentioned. And I learned something else on your post – cow birds – never heard of them before. While we were in Memphis my daughter was reading Fifty Shades of Grey, from the Library, at the recommendation of a friend. She said to me that she found it elementary, repetitive, and boring – she said the writing is atrocious and not titillating in the least - it was not erotica, maybe erotica for those who have never read erotica before. She could not see why it was such a bestseller, it must be good PR. It’s not on my list of books – I have too many good books waiting on my shelf. Love your pictures on Mute Monday.

Darla said...

Love the last photo, the ethereal arrangement with the light behind it...beautiful.