« inspiration week Day 7: Maria Ribeiro | Main | inspiration week Day 8: Melissa of Tiny Happy »

January 07, 2009

TrackBack

TrackBack URL for this entry:
http://www.typepad.com/services/trackback/6a00e54fc19bef8833010536b892ee970c

Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Guess the Nature Inspiration #6:

Comments

Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

isabel f.

hi Margaret :D
Soja??
3-twins :DDDDDDDDDD
hugs Isabel

maribel

Maybe beans?

I guess.

Maribel

Kathleen

peas in a pod

Anne Loiseau

I guess cosy like peas in a pod, no?

Mary

I think it is three peas in a pod. Very sweet.

Siena

It could be the seeds in a flower...

shan

Something from the sea, that makes its home in a tidepool. This is what the colors bring to mind, anyhow.

sarahkeith

cells dividing?
whatever it is, it's very pretty.

lina

Definitely peas in a pod!

Jennifer

Beans in a pod? First I thought peas, but they are the wrong color. Hmmmm.....

Mathyld

SWEET peas in a pod ?
They look cute, in any case !
x x x
___m___

Lisa

peas porridge hot, peas porridge cold, pink peas in a pod three days old!

deb

Three remaining winter berries in a leaf boat ready to head down the river with Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn. Indeed, it is... isn't it?

meninheira

Something germined... maybe peanuts? :)

Lucette

Looks to me like scarlet runner beans in a pod. They have lovely little flowers and would be a welcome change right now.

deirdre

Flowers in a basket? It's lovely!

Tami

Is it a seed pod from a sweet pea flower?

Taryn

Yes, I agree with the others. It's some sort of beans in a pod. The purple part is the tiny plant tip poking out of the cotyledon.

Ashley

Peas in a pod is what I see at the moment.

Kristin L

Three sprouted edamame (soy bean) in a pod.

sina

i say 3 peas in a pod :)

Emma Someone

To me, it looks like a cell with the internal workings (mitochondria etc) shown... I think it's because the cell wall is pretty and highlighted as being permeable, as the chain is fairly open and loose.

Mathyld

Oh ! I love Lisa's answer ! So very cute !

>> peas porridge hot, peas porridge cold, pink peas in a pod three days old!

But I hope mine's the correct one ! (I still can dream, can't I ?)

x x x
___mathyld___

Monika Aebischer

I just saw this on a blog today, but now can't find which one.. but it was children being surprised to find red beans inside a green pod. Then again, your "pod" is not quite long and flat enough, maybe it's just a mind-memory game my brain is playing with me...

Lorraine

I would say Louisiana peas in a pod.

Beth

My daughter just collected a bunch of black locust seed pods that look just like this! That's my guess!

Molly

Could it be the inside of a Sword Bean pod (C. gliadata)? I don't think they are ever that short, though.... Maybe a young pod from a Texas Mountain Laurel? I've got seeds on the brain...

Molly

Ooops! Forgot to say in my post above that the seeds (if that is what they are!) have begun germinating.

Lisa

The Jumblies going to sea in a pod instead of a sieve!
Triplets floating downstream in a basket, quick the bullrushes must save them!
I know little about seeds and wrote down the first things that popped into my head!

neža

A map of the world. An old one. Seas between lands. Green leaves stretching out. Seaweed. Golden green algae.
The "pod" could be a chlorplast - it's greeen. I don't know what are the pink and purple things inside.
And what are the dark crumbs strewn on the map? Nori, kelp?
I'll have to think some more ;)

emma

Two things came to my mind. Like many I couldn't resist immediately thinking three peas in a pod. But then I let my imagination roam free and found it remembering coming upon a scattering of lilly pilly fruit nestled into fallen leaves on a sub-tropical Queensland rainforest floor once. This has got to be it!

(Just in case it isn't, here's what I'm talking about: http://www.tradewindsfruit.com/lilly_pilly.htm)

juliecache

my kids are saying peas in a pod and a three leaf clover. My first thought was cell division, but that doesn't seem right. i cannot wait to see the answer!

Hayley Miller

edamame! or rather pink edamame...

Cheers!

pejnolan

In your post on the 8th you show an embroidary that says, "Trees that grow hearts." I think this is a seed pod from a tree and three little hearts are inside waiting to spring up through the rich soil in which they were planted.

Seeds are a symbol of hope, renewal and strength... a miracle of nature. A person's heart is the same. It bounces back with the smallest of hope, tended by the rich earth of faith and grows to love again.

Mary

Pejnolan's thoughts as to what this is are beautiful! Are they bleeding heart seeds in their pod?

Elsita

Well Margie, the question has already been answered in another post but i want to say that this tiny creation is just delicious! It is amazing how the most simple little things can bring a smile to our face :)
Love it!!!
Elsi :)

The comments to this entry are closed.

SHOP

Blog powered by Typepad

Flickr Badge



  • www.flickr.com
    This is a Flickr badge showing photos in a set called handmade by me. Make your own badge here.

crafty crow contributor

Creative Commons