where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
November 20, 2014 § 13 Comments
the growing season
on an asparagus feather
Tagged: asparagus, change of seasons, garden, gone to seed, growing season, harvest, vegetables
I liked it.
Love the softness of the image.
Ah that reminds me of such a funny story from my youth….
Pretty! I would’ve never guessed to find asparagus still lingering.
Wonderful contrast and soft light.
What are the red berries in the picture?
I’m not sure what those are but I like how they “pop”.
Thanks for all your comments tiny! Best, Seedbud
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Very nice and beautiful!
Always lovely to see those red berries way after everything else is dead in the garden! Love your feathery flight image…
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