Late spring seed heads…

Firstly apologies as I have been a little sporadic in the blog world of late – am playing catch up!

I saw this mixture of tiny little grass seed heads last weekend at Pyalong. The shape of some of the seeds reminded me of hops and almost looked like they were on little fishing lines – very delicate and pretty. Β It was blowing a gale so not as sharp as I would want but the high afternoon light was beautiful πŸ™‚

seed heads

As always click in for a larger view. These were about 3 cm tall πŸ™‚

17 Responses to “Late spring seed heads…”

  1. Steve

    When life seems blured, focus on the seeds yet to bloom. Thank you Lisa for this timely photo.

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  2. Robyn G

    Hi Lisa – what a gorgeous fresh image!!
    I love the way you have captured a couple of the seed heads and a definite sense of movement.
    Beautiful light. Such a descriptive image! Love it.
    I’ve been looking at seed heads too – there are lots and lots ‘here’ presently πŸ˜‰
    Great to hear from you!!

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  3. Adrian Lewis

    Don’t worry about playing catch up – blogs take quite a bit of work, I’m playing catch up all the time!

    And don’t worry about the blurring – trust me, I’m a doctor! – I think it adds a lot of energy to the image, its helps tell me what it was like being there. The two seed heads at the top, just left of centre, are reasonably sharp, so the eye fixes on these – and the rest adds life and atmosphere. A

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