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A Different View of a Seed Head

Posted by woodenzoo z6 OH (My Page) on
Sat, Aug 11, 07 at 16:37

I was collecting snapdragon seeds this afternoon and was a bit taken back by the look I was getting right before I squashed it between my fingers.
A little blurry, but does anyone else see this?

And here's a side view where you can see his nose and ear...

lol He doesn't look very happy. In fact, he seems to be quite worried... lol Well, I guess he had good reason to be worried!
I'm getting quite a few snapdragon seeds!
Cathy


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RE: A Different View of a Seed Head

Of course he looks worried. He's about to get his head squashed, wasn't he? lol
Great observation, woodenzoo.


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RE: A Different View of a Seed Head

That's just freaky.


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RE: A Different View of a Seed Head

That is just about one of the funniest pictures I've seen in a long time - so creative (and... creepy too)

Carrie


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RE: A Different View of a Seed Head

You could put it up on Ebay LOL!

What kinds and colors andheights on the snaps? I am getting a lot of seeds, too, but I only have red minis...lots and lots and lots of red minis. LOL

Lime


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RE: A Different View of a Seed Head

LOL
I don't know about 'creative', but I've always had a vivid imagination! lol And this time, it was a bit morbid...

I've just collected from the dwarf white and pink snaps so far.
The slightly taller and pretty yellow/orange/apricot snaps are just starting to go to seed.

Interested in seeds, send me an e-mail. lol I can send the frightening seed heads or do the dirty work for you! ;)
Cathy


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