Sunday

The Miraculous in the Common

The invariable mark of wisdom is to see the miraculous in the common.
~ Ralph Waldo Emerson

25 comments:

Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

Very well done, Kerri... it's a great close up!

Becky and Gary said...

What a great great shot Kerri. I love teasels. They make such good dried arrangements.

Irene said...

That is gorgeous!!!!!

Jeanette said...

Beautiful!

NCmountainwoman said...

Lovely photograph. It is a work of art few of us would have thought to capture.

June said...

Wow...what symmetry and beauty! Great shot Kerri!

Ramblings of a Villas Girl said...

Very beautiful

Mrs. Salty said...

You captured this teasel beautifully. Salty picked teasel last year for my fall arrangement in the living room; I am using it this year as well; it’s handled very carefully.

Anita Bower said...

Fabulous photo of a Teasel! Love the slight bending of the seed head, and the side things curving in.

Anita said...

I forgot to say that the light is great and the background gorgeous. Very well done!

PERBS said...

Beautiful capture! I love photographing these.

Luke Wiley said...

what a spectacular plant. A wonderful work of God!

Mary said...

Great photo! It actually looks like it is standing and considering.

Mary said...

Kerri, I love your large photos. Wonderful! You need to publish your photos. They are very artsy.

Mary

Gramma L said...

Beautiful flower and verse!

Willard said...

Two outstanding photographs, with the teasel and the dragonfly, Kerri!

I never get tired of seeing shots of teasel. There is just something about it, whether in summer or once it is dead that I find extremely attractive as a photographic subject.

dot said...

Fabulous shot but what in the world is it??

Laurie said...

I love the detail and delicate curves.

SandyCarlson said...

I most definitely will now!

RuneE said...

That was one great hit! Green with envy!

PS Thank you for the greeting!

Ferreira-Pinto said...

This is simply fabulous!

CG said...

I love teasels. They remind me of my mum...long story!

MedaM said...

Oh, what other to say but it is a work of artist! What wonderful details on the seed head and the light and the background are just perfect!

Country Girl said...

Oh, I really like this one, Kerri.

Ms. Math said...

That plant is so interesting! You captured it beautifully and I like the frame and quote you attached to it! Great work!

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