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Saturday, September 09, 2006

Sago, vine and feather

5 comments:

Ed Maskevich said...

okay, okay, okay...I know that I shouldn't say itbut this picture is really a feather in your cap.

Dave MacIntyre said...

A great combination of elements here Lori! You've certainly got a creative eye!

Laura said...

You ought to group these twining ones together----what impact they'd have! It's fascinating to think of the different ways things twine and cling and snake forward. Of course, I wouldn't have done so, had I not seen your great photos!

Lori Witzel said...

Laura, what a great concept -- The Twine Room!

This was a rare exception to my Rule About Not Altering What I See. There was a wadded-up gum wrapper stuck in the spiny sago fronds, and I removed it before taking the pic (and then tossed the wrapper into a trash bin, where it should have gone in the first place.)

But the feather and vinelet and sago were all as y'all see 'em.

MjM said...

You're probably going to get tired of me saying how much I like some of your titles. This one could survive on its own without the photo as the title of a poem, or a record or perhaps as a fictional law firm in a novel.

"...parsley, sago, rosemary and vine..."

MjM