Sure is a pretty photo.
Pretty! I love the colors!Are you getting updates from the DNR on the crane count? As of December 1, their count was up to 16,470. We haven't been up there yet this season. Also, it seems they are staying north for longer.http://www.in.gov/dnr/fishwild/3109.htmLindyhttps://thirtysevenandcounting.wordpress.com/(For whatever reason, I'm unable to sign in with my OpenID.)
I love how they filter the light in your photo! Great photo and an amazing seed head!
In autumn you can often see the most attractive seed pods and seed heads. Beautiful picture of this seed fluff. Greetings, Helma
Pretty shot and lighting. Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!
The seeds look very pretty.
gorgeous, if i had been there i would have at least 2 dozen pics of this. LOVE IT
A fine detailed shot that looks spidery to me. Nice image.
I think the seed head is from a wild clematis. Excellent shot!
I wouldn't think so. A little too exotic for milkweed.
Is it a vine? It may be sweet autumn clematis.
Great close up!
These are awesome and they look like they could possibly be related to milkweed in some way...great photo of...whatever they are!
Fantástico.Um abraço e bom Domingo.
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