turtle lake, saint paul, minnesota
i have always wanted to stuff a few cushions with this natural material
I love Margie’s comment!
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north captiva island, gulf coast, florida
I find the patterns on shells to be infinitely beautiful.
Me too. Wouldn’t they make lovely textiles?
often shibori techniques give this appearance on fabric
superior national forest, cook county, minnesota
leaves of the wild cucumber vine in winter
saint paul, minnesota
How interesting! Look at what I was looking at yesterday: http://gardenhistorygirl.blogspot.com/2012/01/portraits-of-dried-leaves-by-friends.html
What a lovely coincidence. Garden history sounds like a lovely thing to study, doesn’t it?
sea beans (also known as ormosia and horse-eye beans)
found on the beach, north captiva island, gulf coast of florida
those looks like magic beans
Aren’t they interesting? This is my “collection” of two. I would love some more. Apparently they are seeds that float from the Caribbean to the beaches of Florida.
I was thinking chocolate. They look like something you might find in a bakery in Paris.
hazelnut/dark chocolate macaroon!
…and I was thinking coffee beans, first instance:) your blog and collections are so wonderful. Beautiful photos. Every visit to your blog is a treat!
I have seeds ormosia in my house, discovery today your name ( ormósia) i like germinacion?? what know do? please help-me…tanks
I have seeds ormosia in my house, in brazil discovery today your name ( ormósia) i like germinacion?? what know do? please help-me…tanks