Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Pussywillows - soft and fuzzy

17 comments:

Olivier said...

la traduction donne molle et floue, mais cela ne doit pas etre ca ?

Memphis MOJO said...

I love the subtle colors.

bfarr said...

Pussy willows are one of the things I remember fondly of the time when we lived on my grandfathers farm. Good times.

Kate said...

As a child I loved pussywillows. It's been ages since I seen them; thanks for the memories.

Randy said...

Love these!

Lynette said...

Lovely.

cieldequimper said...

Pretty. I use them for my Easter tree when I can get some!

JM said...

Cool composition, Lowell!

Regarding your question on the Évora Cathedral post:
Yes, it's my friend Joanne. Her shots are lovey: 'INSPIRATION' (http://joannegatefield.blogspot.com). Remember my 'tripod' post? She was the one who came up with the idea of the project. A few photos I took for the Making Of are already online. However, we don't want to post the faces of people being photographed yet: http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Inside-Out-LX/263474600357842?sk=photos

Lois said...

That is a exceptional shot.

Halcyon said...

I never knew what these were called, but I do like them. Now I know! Thanks for teaching me something today. :)

youth_in_asia said...

Beautiful shot. I love sort of minimalistic and I like the way the shadow goes from dark in the top right to light in the bottom left.

Those buds do look soft and fuzzy!

Charlotte said...

Absolutely gorgeous picture!
Lovely!

I hope you are doing well and have enjoyed the day so far.

Wishing you a peaceful evening.

Amin said...

Hello! I liked them...

Cezar and Léia said...

It's an adorable decoration and great subject for photography!
Léia

Irina said...

So poetic. I like this photo very much.

Bibi said...

I never realized pussywillows could get really tall, like a tree, or maybe they are a tree. I always think of them as bushes.

EG Wow said...

You have pussy willows in Florida? I didn't know that.

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