Sunday, May 9, 2010

Walk in the Forest/ Mosaic Monday

Seen in the forest last Friday


Starting at the top left and working clockwise: lichen, wild apple buds, wild strawberry, yellow violet, honeysuckle buds,  and wild cherry (I think).

To see more mosaics, visit Mary at the Little Red House HERE

16 comments:

Dishesdone said...

very pretty mosaic!

Bernie said...

Wild apple, wild strawberries and wild cherry ... sounds like an amazing forest area to have nearby. Such a lovely mosaic!

Suzy said...

Great mosaic. Isn't lichen just the coolest thing? I have some growing in my yard and I'm in love with it.

luna said...

Very beautiful!
And top macros!
Happy MM!
Luna

Naturegirl said...

Certainly an example of how rich in blossoms the woodlands are!Like finding little treasures along the way!love each and every one pictured!

Jeanne said...

Looks like it was a beautiful day. I've seen the yellow violets in our own woods and didn't know what they were. Thanks!

jabblog said...

Ahh - very pretty. The yellow violet is delightful.

Gardening in a Sandbox said...

Lovely forest beauties. Happy Mother' Day. Valerie

32˙North said...

I've never seen pansies in the wild before - quite lovely! Thanks for taking us along!

Amanda

grey like snuffie said...

Those are amazing...what a great walk that must have been. The Wild Cherry looks like tissue paper thin petals.

Rose said...

So beautiful!!!

Oakland Daily Photo said...

Beautiful mosaic. Which app do you use?

Icy BC said...

Beautiful mosaic of flowers!

Evelyn said...

A nice collection - they all look so fresh.

nana_ang_poppaphil said...

I love your photos, they are beautiful.

And thank you so much for visiting my blog, I only started this year, and am having so much fun seeing what people all over the world are doing.

Lindy MacDuff said...

Very pretty mosaic of the blossoms. Thank you for identifying them, too! =)

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