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Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Wordless Wednesday- Giant Ferns

Some shots of giant ferns and a friend on the bottom for Wordless Wednesday












My brother in law EZI 's  pride and Joy - Her name is  Aria 


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31 comments:

  1. You captured such incredible detail on the ferns

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    1. I find ferns so interesting. There are so many different kinds

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  2. Judee,

    Fabulous macro shots. I love how I can see such details in your photographs, especially the 3rd picture from the bottom of the fern curled tightly. WOW, great job! Have a happy WW, my friend!

    Stop by to link up and view Jack's Patch #WW on Curious as a Cathy!

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    1. I am amazed at the height and beauty of some ferns.

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  3. You have found some fascinating details! Somehow they reminds me of the British tv-serie The Day of the Triffids from 1981 where the lethal plants are chasing people :-D

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    1. They are big - some are almost as tall as me...

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  4. When you go in so close, I am amazed at the detail and the inner knowledge of the fern...it knows how to be, right from the start, so perfect and intricate.

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    1. I find ferns very interesting.. They are really unusual looking

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  5. Great photos of the ferns. Must look out for some when they grow again next spring

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    1. Yes, I saw them in Chile on my last trip. I had never seen them so big before

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  6. Brilliant captures they look so weird close up and Aww! @ Aria :-)

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    1. Yes , I agree that they can be very weird looking but also they look sort of fascinating

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    1. Thank you for hosting the party for WW

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  8. We used to have a cat like that. Her name was Tibet. Such a gorgeous breed ! Love the ferns too. It reminds me of growing up in Alaska!

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    1. She is a beautiful cat. I love her eye color.

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  9. Those are beautiful! Someone told me certain ferns are edible, i wonder if it's any of these. That's a very pretty cat, too.

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    1. Wow! I never heard that they are edible.. I guess it makes sense that there are some varieties that can be eaten

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    1. I appreciate you stopping by to comment.. Nice meeting you!

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  11. Great photos! Thanks for linking on Amanda's Books and More. I'm now following via Twitter and gave this post a re-tweet. Have a blessed weekend!

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    1. Thanks for stopping by and commenting and thanks for hosting WW- I'll add you to my list.

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  12. ferns makes great macro shots and abstracts. Love them.

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    1. I think ferns are unusual and so unique

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  13. Aria is a beauty! Your fern photos are so lovely and clear.

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    1. Yes, Aria is quite a lovely and fun cat! She lives in Florida

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  14. I'm a huge fern lover. Our woods are full of several kinds and there are even some in our yard (which Mr. GFE knows not to mow) but we don't have any fiddlehead ferns. I've always loved them and your photos are amazing, Judee! Do you ever eat them? I know you can.

    Shirley

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    1. I've heard you can eat them but I never have-

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  15. These are some awesome images! I try to get fern furl shots each spring, as we have an abundance here in New Zealand :)

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