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May 02, 2009

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nicole/astulabee

these photographs have been so beautiful and inspiring! thanks for sharing them! x

Rane

Mother Nature is the best artist
and we are but humble students...
these photos are amazing and I
can't wait till tomorrow to show
them to Leo. He will love them all
I am sure. I really can't pick
a favorite... but the stars at
the bottom at very interesting
and I am sure that the snail
shells are ferns!
Have a lovely Sunday! Hugs and
love you your family!
Rane

nanou

Another amazing post ! You make me want to visit Museums, to read books and to open my eyes. Thank you, Margie, to stimulate every day my curiosity.
I would love to wear most of them as jewels ... Jewellers would be so inspired today !

Sonia

Oooh fossils, stones, I'm simply in love, Margie ! Yesterday we were at the science museum too, and I had took a photo of a foliage fossil & I'm so loving them. Thanks so much for sharing these wonderful photos, I wish I had visited this gorgeous museum with you !
These pentacrinus scalaris are unbelievable. Breathtaking. Have a lovely Sunday, Margie :)

joanie

Such lovely images, even though they were taken inside cases. The top stones almost look man-made, then worn by the sea. And those little stars, sweet.

Adamandia

You should include the fern plant fossil in your blog banner...

Geninne

What a d.e.l.i.c.i.o.u.s. post Margie! I wish I'd seen that beautiful feather fossil before I made the video, my feather looks so stiff compared to that beautiful flowing one...I might have to do a remake ;)
I was drooling over EVERY single photo, thank you!
Hugs & kisses.

susie

How spectular! Thank-you for sharing!

arounna

great seeing you and your lovely daughters today. How beautiful is the siderastrea. I would of love to touch them all.

mayaluna

These are amazing! Siderastrea=covered stone=gorgeous

Jennifer

Very cool, I'm going to show these to my son. Thank you for posting them.

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