Monday, March 24, 2008

Showing our METAL

Here's our March entry for CLICK the monthly theme based photo event over at Jugalbandi.

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Life on the Edge--with Parsley

Thanks to everyone who voted in our poll!

11 comments:

Brenda Kula said...

That was my pick. Love the shadowy effect. I fulfilled my duty per your tagging me. Just thought I'd let you know I've passed the torch on.
Brenda

Petunia's Gardener said...

I like the light and shadows in this one too. And the parsley, of course.

Shelly said...

Yay! I've been looking around for other Northwest Garden bloggers and I found yours....it's great!

Shelly said...

Yay! I've been looking around for other Northwest blogger/gardeners and I found yours...great blog!

bee said...

lovely shot. so who took this picture? curmudgeon or wong nut?

Weed Whackin' Wenches said...

Brenda, thanks for playing tag.

Thanks for stopping by Petunia's Gardener. It was pretty dang chilly here in the city this morning. Probably just a wee bit chillier out where you are, no? Sure glad for those cloches, ay?

Hi Shelly and welcome! Thanks for leaving a comment. Have you visited Petunia's Gardener? They're a PNW blog also.

bee, the concept was Curmudgeon's, but she wasn't completely satisfied with the pics she took--parsley was most unruly, refusing to behave and the weather also refused to cooperate with a little sunshine. So Wing Nut took a shot at it the next day. She knows how to make parsley behave and the sun decided to come out!

Lynnylu said...

I like the lighting on the parsley-nice photo!

ELSA said...

what a pleasure to read your comment on my blog. What beautiful garden you have !!

Núria said...

Hola Ivette! Your picture is lovely!!! Good luck in the click event :D

Love your beautiful bloggarden. I used to spend a lot of time in my garden before I started blogging
:( Now my plants are a little bit abandoned... ups!

Jean Ann said...

Well, MN might not turn to me, but I can be hopeful! Now I realize that you are talking about Sea Holly! I think they are beautiful plants, too. I should try to add them to my garden...

byrningbunny said...

That's a beautiful photograph. Makes me want to jump right in and get to work.