Sunday, October 11, 2009

Macro Monday...


Here are a few macros of one of my violets. I love the fact that they look like they have been glittered with fairy dust!




This sweet little fellow is one of our preschool plant buddies. He has been with me for many years. Sitting in one plant or another through rooms full of two year olds. I am quite fond of him. Have a wonderful week all!! Namaste, Sarah


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16 comments:

Dede said...

Your violets are gorgeous! Yes they do look like they have fairy dust sprinkled on them. Too cool!

(((HUGS)))

ruma2008 said...

It will be what elegant colors!

vrtlarica said...

Love the first picture and all the small hairs. I dont think that I could guess what it is without explanation of following photos...

Emmy said...

Love that first one!! Those violets are beautiful.

Gunilla said...

Fantastic shot of the violets.
Thanks for following my blog.

Have a nice day
Gunilla

pierre/magdalena said...

You have a fantastic blog . I love the violets it's so beatiful.

Snap said...

I thought all flowers were sprinkled with fairy dust! ;D Love the little plant buddy. (I want one!) !!!!!!!!

Hugs--

Margo said...

I love the fairy dust. And that color is so unbelievably regal!

Jientje said...

One of my favorite flowers, and you captured them well!

Liz said...

Great shots! I like the third one of the violets...and the blue bear is adorable too!

lisaschaos said...

I love fuzzy violets. :) Lovely shots!

veredit said...

It looks like a poem!

~JarieLyn~ said...

I really like the first photo of the violet. It looks like it's wearing a fur coat. The color is gorgeous. I tried growing some violets years ago but I didn't have the magic touch. I couldn't keep it alive.

kath said...

The violets look like they should be on cupcakes because they are made of icing!

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Katie Sykes said...

It looks like a poem!