Monday, January 16, 2012

Macro Monday's Gray Ghost



And already I joined a second gardening blog meme, the Macro Monday hosted by Lisa's Chaos :D

One of my favorite plants to photograph is the Graptopetalum paraguayense, the gray ghost plant. Its rosettes are always perfect







11 comments:

  1. Do you save every little leaf that gets knocked off? I do.

    I changed my comments to accomodate as you asked. I re-instated that hateful word verification feature to stave off some of the spam that invariably comes with opening up to anonymous comments -- the choice for name/URL also allows anonymous bots to flood your box. I set it to 'after 2 days' in hopes that most regular readers will see it before the bots come in. I may have to try 1 day. I hate word verification and suspect that everybody else does too.

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  2. Fantastic details and light in this photo.

    Happy Macro Monday

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  3. oh yes Nell, I save those leaves as well, this plant grows all over my yard :)

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  4. So pretty with the little water droplets!

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  5. A great succulent macro. I really like this one!

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  6. Thanks Peter. I visited your Macro Monday, amazing photos and love the subject. I just look at plants, I will have to open my eyes... (can't post a comment on your blog, doesn't have name/url option :-/)

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  7. Very pretty plant. It looks like it deserves a starring role in the garden.

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  8. Thank you for introducing me to Graptopetalum paraguayense - it's a very pretty plant. I want to let you know that I enjoyed visiting your Myrtle Glen main website, too. There is a great deal of information there.

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  9. thank you for stopping by and I am glad you like my site :-)

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  10. Perfect name for a lovely plant; great macro shot!

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