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January 14, 2011

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joanie

I love these miniscule landscapes, micro worlds. Have you found many creatures within them? We often find centipedes living under the mosses.

I would love to join in poppytalk this time around but not sure we have all those colours available (not in nature anyway.) I was hoping shades of grey would be on the list and is mud a colour?

tara

I love those little landscapes. So pretty and delicate. I'm not quite sure how I feel about no longer being an aquarius.

Sonia

I was kind of expecting that you'd explore the thrilling world of sporophytes, and there you go :) Mosses make such a comfy spot for fairies :) xoxo

nicole

Such sweet little sporophytes.

Like Tara, I'm not sure I'm happy about no longer being an Aquarius. I went from being original, inventive, friendly and independent (sounds right), to practical, ambitious, disciplined and reserved (um, SO not me!) How strange!

Jill Wignall

Lovely photos.
Thanks for mentioning our prints, Margie.
and thanks for reminding me about the poppy talk colour week ( I was too busy last time but would like to join in this time)

Rachel

the first poppytalk winter colors week ~ how fun ! thanks for the info !

www.google.com/accounts/o8/id?id=AItOawn_wQ8DSe02Gw2CW9Vp66YSDwTmymetXJo

Oh how I love your close ups.
A question : Do I need to have a Flickr account to add photos to the Flickr pool for the colour week?
I just ordered Jill's prints from Arouna ; I had seen them last night and could not resist them now that you mentioned them again!
Ariadne from Greece!

Margaret Oomen

yes you need a flickr account but you can sign up for free. I do hope you play along.

Leah

Hi Margie. I've been popping in here regularly for a long time, and wanted to just say a belated thank-you for your beautiful blog & the inspiration that comes from reading it.

arounna

thanks margie for all you support
you are a wonderful friend
have a beautiful weekend
xxa

Lib

I really would like to thank you for what you are sharing with us. I'm personally in a troubled period where I think everything is awful and disgusting. Your point of view give me some beauty to see and it helps so much...
All those little things that are also so fragile, and that's where the miracle is. By your work you make it last longer. It's like a concrete hope, and I don't know how to express all of that.
Thank you again

Poetesswug

Beautiful photos!...I just came by to say hi, recommended by 'Flight of the Pook'. Come say hi to me in my backyard any time. :-)

http://poetesswug-thewugsbackyardblogspot.blogspot.com/

melissa

ahh, what lovely little worlds!

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