Lori Witzel's pictures, poems and other souvenirs and artifacts.
Hello Lori!Nice weekend with many fowers:o)See you
A completely arresting photograph. I thought these colors were only found in supermarket food-colored daiseys, but to know that they occure in nature is somehow calming.And the face? It's a mirror on the lens of a bubble. It sees our cupie doll souls. Wink and it will wink back. Dig past the fronds and it will disappear.
OMG! THat creeps my shit out. It looks like you captures a fairy face.I didnt see it till I enlarged it and then I saw it and was so suprised. That is wild. I am going to show Mike (hubby) he likes thisngs like that too,.
It looks like an earth elemental. Hey little gnome - Lori's too fast for you! She caught you!!Another blogger captured a pic of a fairy in her garden recently, really, it looks just like the old Victorian pics.
Love your zinnias and the pixie -pixel face! I love these surprises too.
Just another zinnia-fish cruising through the leaves. They can stay out of the water for several hours, if the weather is humid, before returning to their watery home.Just kidding! I've had a few photo surprises too while observing the latest haul on the 'puter screen.
Ah, the fairies . . . they help me in my garden enormously! As a writer of children's tales and poetry, fairies are not just little mythological creatures - they are REAL!Did you ever see, "Fairy Tale - A True Story?" It's about fairies images captured on film.Thanks for sharing - as always, I am uplifted and inspired!Lindy
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