Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Spot of beauty . . .


I have no idea if this was a flower, now spent, or is a weed BUT thought it was beautiful especially with the bark background. Aren't the leaves just the cutest thing? OOPS! I passed by that spot today and the background is a telephone pole. . . which I guess was a tree once upon a time. Ü

7 comments:

RuneE said...

The flowers and the leaves gives a many-coloured pattern against the dark wall - very nice.

BTW. My first (own) digital camera was an Olympus C-990 bought in January 2001. It was sturdy, had quality optics with a nice zoom and I was very satisfied with it. However, with "only" 2.3 Mpx it was rather limited if you wanted to crop or enlarge and it had no USB connection. It is still being used from time to time and you will find pictures in my blogs taken with it, for instance this one.

SandyCarlson said...

Paulie,
The fruit seems so large on that plant, yet it holds up just fine!

Malyss said...

I never saw such flowers, but picture is pretty

Katney said...

I love my 10 power zoom, too, but am tending to favor the newer camera with more megapixels and compact size. I'd love to find--and afford--something with the best of both.

Gramma L said...

I thought it was a fence. Nice shot.

dot said...

I thought it was fruit also until I enlarged the picture. It's pretty and I don't recognize it but the leaves look very familiar..almost like marigold maybe.

Katney said...

LOL, I DID talk about the cameras and not the flowers. That just shows how distractable I am. They may be flowers or they may be weeds, but my Dad the ag man said "A rose is a weed if it's where it doesn't belong." These look like they belong fine, and I am sticking to that story till someone proves otherwise!

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