Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Creekside/ Nature Notes

Growing beside a local creek on Monday

Starting with the largest square and working clockwise: high bush cranberries (Viburnum trilobum), osier dogwood berries (Cornus stolonifera), soapwort (Saponaria officinalis), Queen Anne's lace (Daucus carota) still blooming, milkweed (Asclepias)) pods, and seed head of unknown grass.

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11 comments:

Small City Scenes said...

Excellent!! Your mosaics are always so interesting. The color on the Highbush Cranberry is gorgeous. MB

Carver said...

I always enjoy seeing what's going on in your world. Those viburnum berries are so lush and show that you are well ahead of us as my viburnum berries are barely starting and don't have their color yet.

Rose said...

I always love those osier dogwoods...I never seem to get a good capture of them.

Nessa said...

i like that layout. The red berries are stunning.

arabesque said...

those red berries looks juicy and i like the whole collage thing.
gr8 work!

Farmchick said...

I love the cranberry shot.

Cezar and Léia said...

Amazing collage, those cherries are wonderful! :)
Léia

George said...

I really like those bright red cranberries, but the entire mosaic is beautiful.

Patti said...

That red on the cranberries is so vibrant! Perfect lighting.

Some day I'll learn how to do a mosaic. ;-)

"Lillagul" said...

What a beutiful nature collage !
Me like :)

Rambling Woods said...

I want to get a native cranberry for the yard..I wonder if the unknown one could be snake root as it looks like what my snake roots have. I am going to collect some of the milkweed pods for my monarch garden...Michelle

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