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Saturday, November 26, 2011

Marsh Cones



I have no idea what these are, but I'm calling the "marsh cones" for lack of proper identification, and because I found them rising from a "wear your boots” location not far from home on a morning drive with my husband. I love the way they reach and curl into the sky; small sculptures each unique and beautiful.

If you'd like to add a comment to my Thanksgiving post to expand this year's Gratitude Quilt...you can find that here.

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19 comments:

  1. I wish I had your eye for finding the unusual. I bet tons of people just overlook these, but you notice and appreciate. Love that Laura.

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  2. Very detailed pictures of beautiful shapes - lovely in B&W.

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  3. The black and white really adds to the mystery. I still don't know how you manage to find beauty EVERYWHERE!

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  4. They do look like mashed cones. Very nice shots.

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  5. Your poem is a tribute to gratefulness.Thanks!
    My Australian daughter sent me a video about gratitude, which I'd like to send to you.

    http://www.nextworldtv.com/page/5810.html
    I hope you'll enjoy it.

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  6. Hi Laura, thank you for following my blog :) hope you have a great weekend! I really appreciate your comment, thank you :)

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  7. Beautiful shapes! Interesting and good shots!

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  8. Beautiful photos, B & W with exceptional quality of light and shades

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  9. I've never seen anything like them either, they're quite unique!

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  10. I like your marsh cones. They seem natures creatures, mummified, frozen in tame, story makers.

    God shows up everywhere.

    Thank you, for sharing.

    You remain in my thoughts, in my prayers.

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  11. Hey Laura, they are very special, beatyful picture..Thanks for joining my B/W blog and for nice comment..;D Have a nice sunday..

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  12. You have caught so much detail, and pphotographed them so well.

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  13. Truly exquisite! Love their silhouetted shapes against the sky.

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  14. refreshing.



    Hello,
    How is your day?

    Glad to land here,
    Amazing poetic muses shared,
    Smiles.

    Welcome joining us for poets rally week 57,
    A random poem or a free verse is okay.
    Hope to see you in.

    Happy Thursday.
    xoxox

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