Monday, November 30, 2009

Milkweed Pods, part 3

The latest version of this picture. I haven't compared it to the others as I am writing this, and to my eye, I might have gone too floofie with the milkweed fluff. When I post I'll be able to tell. Maybe I'll back it off a bit./// Now that I saw it, I am thinking just a little adjusting here and there and it'll be done. I like the floofie.


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Mister 60 said...

I like this picture and the previous. This one is more sparkly. Sorry I'm no artist... We have Old Man's Beard in the UK which comes from Clematis and it looks like drifts of Santa Clause's beard before Christmas

Mister 60 said...

'dolinta' was just the next word verification word which came up - somtimes they seem like real words

Christine Walker said...

I don't think there is milkweed in Britain. It has seeds that are attached to fluffy parachute looking things. I think they are very like Old Mans Beard.
There should be a dictionary just for "google words". They really do seem like real words, but you just can't quite remember the meaning. I think dolinta has something to do with architecture.

Its Spring!

I found these in a garden center, nestled in the Astilbe.