Beautiful shot - a lovely still- life. xxx
They look like they would like to be planted! You must be experiencing some warmish weather.
What kind of seeds? Lovely picture...love seeing the green...I'm afraid we won't be seeing much more of it around here!
looks like they're ready to go even if you're not... everything is a little bit different in the south, isn't it?
So jealous. I don't have a green thumb but wish that I did!
What a beautiful photo! Just delightful!Our moment is up and comes from our adventures on a nature walk this week! http://ouronesweetfamily.blogspot.com/2011/09/this-moment_30.htmlHave a great weekend!
Very artistic, I'm intrigued at what seeds they are too? Almost There - This Moment
Is that a loofah drying? It looks like the warmer weather has something else in mind LOLhttp://allergiesandceliac.blogspot.com/2011/09/this-moment_30.html#axzz1ZQzcMZH0
i’m trying to figure out exactly what is going on here! some volunteers out of what? vewy interwesting!beautiful photo as always!http://www.durangomom.com/have a lovely miss tracey. ps. i read your things i love list and think we must be long lost sisters!
Great photo! Have a fun weekend with your family, can you guess what I am wearing today? You betcha! My new cardi~heaven :)
Your moment looks like spring! I nice little oasis in this fall weather. Have a great weekend, Tracey!
This is a lovely photo. The composition and light are just perfect. What kind of seeds are these? I have to admit I don't understand what's going on here. Have a nice weekend!
What seeds are those? And is that a stone behind them or a dinosaur egg? Looks like a huge egg to me. Or a mushroom?
Love your photo. I am assuming the weather where you are allows for a second take on the growing season. May you have a peaceful weekend Tracey. Jacinta xx
These leaves remind me of rooting Violets.hugshmmmm. maybe I should look around town to see if there are any Violet plants - They are lovely to tend during our cold winter months.
what a lovely photo...you have such an eye for beauty Tracy. I can't believe your property looks like the picture on my blog! It is Maine (we're surrounded by salt marsh, wetland and ocean)but boy wouldn't it be great if it were my own property! Have a great weekend.
This is beautiful! A familiar sight...our moment:http://herbanhomestead.blogspot.com/2011/09/this-moment-photographer.html
This is a beautiful shot. Great work!
What a lovley picture! I love the contrast of new and old life ;o) and the tiny hairs on the new leaves... great shot!BlessingsShirley AnnOur moment: http://bugsbeetlesandbarefootdays.blogspot.com/2011/09/this-moment_30.html
I think that is the most creative photo I've seen! One more time, you knock my socks off Tracey...*I have read Uncle Tom's Cabin before, but this is the first time as a read aloud. I keep thinking that the girls must be lost for my faltering, but they are loving it!Blessings, Debbie
This is great! I love those tiny sprouts.
I love the photo...but what is that growing there? And what is it growing out of? I'm very curious!
Are they african violets?A poetic picture!Have a wonderful weekend.xx
okra? hope you have a lovely weekend!
Interesting. Makes me want to know more about that.
Beautiful! Have a wonderful weekend Tracey - xx
Whoa are those watermelon seeds? Have a great weekend!
such lovely light!xo
Green out of death. beautiful shot thank you for sharing. http://jovanesphotos.blogspot.com/2011/09/friday-moment_29.html
They have different ideas now don't they? Is that okra? Gorgeous composition and lighting. Been thinking about you. XO
It looks like they have a different idea than what you had in mind :)http://othersideofanna5.blogspot.com/2011/09/friday-moment.html#more
Lovely photo. I've thought about drying seeds before but haven't given it a try yet. Do you have any books or online sources you'd recomend?
Gorgeous photo Tracey!!! Hope you had a wonderful weekend!xoxo
new life...beautiful...i hope you have a lovely sunday tracey.xo lori