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Sunday, April 14, 2013

Mein Sonntagstrauss and a small brain teaser





Very small, but sincere Sunday Bouquet


And, it's from MY GARDEN.





Look closely; what is NOT included in this bouquet that you will see in the next photo.







Have you found it?  


Have a wonderful week my dear Blogging Friends and thank you so much for stopping by.  I always enjoy hearing from you.  

Gina






9 comments:

  1. That is a tease Gina - apart from the feather the little white flower is so difficult to see. Could be a species of galanthus, or scilla.

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    1. Dear Rosemary, As I was walking into the house, after picking the little bouquet, I saw the feather on the ground. Couldn't not pick it up. We have thousands of birds living in our roof and trees. And yes, the little flower is a scilla. ox, Gina

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  2. Hello Gina,
    I think it is the feather! kept going up and down.. I didnt see the feather in then my eye spied it.
    Happy week Gina.
    val x

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    1. Dear Val, Isn't it amazing what we see but more importantly, what we don't see, even though it is right in front of us. Thanks for playing along. It is always good to hear from you. ox, Gina

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  3. I think the leaf in the upper left corner is taking a cue from the feather, Gina.

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    1. Dear Mark, your ever practiced artistic eye is giving you away. I didn't notice the same attitude of the leaf and feather, but you did.

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  4. Hello Gina,
    I think you should consider publishing a book of your flower photos-- so beautiful! Is it the feather?
    Warm regards,
    Erika

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    1. Dear Erika, Flowers make such beautiful subjects to photograph. They may not make much of a splash in situ, but brought inside and paired with other flowers and greenery, they often begin to shine.
      Thank you for your lovely compliment. ox, Gina

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  5. Rosemary even noticed the little scilla flower along with the feather. And yes, Mark, Val and Erika spotted the feather. Thanks for playing along. Next one will be much more challenging. ox, Gina

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