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Garden Features 02

I have given myself permision to name this feature "Liguid Lace". It does not last long, but is usualy to be seen on mornings of heavy dew.

 

These are the flowers of the "Thorns of Christ" plant at our front steps.

 

Garden Features 02

I have given myself permision to name this feature "Liguid Lace". It does not last long, but is usualy to be seen on mornings of heavy dew.

 

These are the flowers of the "Thorns of Christ" plant at our front steps.

 

comments (17)

  • Bonnie
  • United States
  • 25 Mar 2020, 00:39
That's so hard to capture. I love the shade of pink and the dewdrops!
Ray: I spend a lot of time in the World Of Small, Bonnie.
C'est magnifique, jolies photos !
Ray: La rosée rend toujours le jardin plus beau, Martine.
How very lovely!
Ray: Dew is wonderful stuff, isn't it, Elizabeth.
Liquid lace it is, Ray...as well as a pearl necklace thrown in for added charm.
Ray: Yes...the Garden certainly can dress well on these mornings, Ginnie.
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 25 Mar 2020, 06:25
The name suits it perfectly, Ray. It looks gorgeous on that pink, fit to be worn to a ball
Ray: Oh! I like the vision extension you offer, Lisl.
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 25 Mar 2020, 06:33
I can see why this is special to you, Ray. What a wonderful colours and the droplets of water are just amazing.
Ray: I must admit I also love the frosting patten on a recently filled beer glass, Astrib...especially if I happen to be holding it! smile
  • Chris
  • England
  • 25 Mar 2020, 06:35
Liquid Lace it shall be then. Noticing details is your forte Ole Chum; you see so much, that others would ignore..
Ray: I spend a lot of time exploring the World of Small, Chris.
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 25 Mar 2020, 07:07
Love the colour in this. The second image has the edge for me. Wonderful dew drops.
Ray: Yes...I think the second image is the better of the two for illustrating my point, Alan.
A good name Ray. It is almost like candy floss!
Ray: Ay...I can see what you are seeing, Bill!
Wouah ...magnifique !
Ray: La rosée rend toujours le jardin plus beau, Claudine.
Wonderful Ray, it shows nature's beauty.
Ray: Thank you, KK. Nature plays wonderful games with water, doesn't She.
  • Chad
  • Somewhere in deep space
  • 25 Mar 2020, 08:51
The droplets give it a look like foam.
Ray: I cannot see Foam, Chad, so am trying to conjure up a vision of a suddsey block of foam that might be used for washing a dirty car.
  • Richard Trim
  • Suffolk: where the sun rises first in England
  • 25 Mar 2020, 10:56
Extraordinary
Ray: It adds to the beauty of the garden, Richard.
It makes me think of a delicious ice cream cone.
Ray: Hmmm...I have not had one of those in a long time...
A nice sight to behold early in the morning.
Ray: Yes...I often go into the garden at first light just to see if there has been due, Brian.
it's good name for this flower... look at all of the little worlds in each droplet....peterwink
Ray: The name actually relates to the fearsome thorns on the stems of this plant, Peter, and the plant originates in the Middle East.
A beautiful morning sight, Ray.
Ray: One I like to find when I go into the garden at first light, Graeme.

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