Sunday, September 25, 2011

Fall With Fern Fever



I'm sure many of you remember black an white TV-- an earlier post I did- (Batman Never road A Camel) just before color..but also how National Geographic was so exclusive in that it took us into hidden realms as far as images captured beyond our own lingering stare. Of course it still is unless your able to visit or even photograph remote places on earth- though you'd probably agree they don't necessarily own the corner on the block anymore.
Anyway, we're planning on a drive today but figured I'd post my ever so humble backyard scenes- including a few of those I'd posted before (sorry you must gaze once more) or hadn't uploaded- 

A peek inside a Bromeliad..at a layer of moss..
~Stylish interior for all the mosquitoes and tree frogs who enjoy the wet hangout~

A friend of mines work..she won a quilting contest here and lives in a subdivision called Fern Forest (smile)- I'm sure a few of you would recognize them in your neck of the woods..Rainfields, Bananz or Sandra-  (who thinks she's the Maddsnapper but is really the Madd poster!) (lol) Anywho-link back if you do as well-



But as it is written, "No eye has seen, no ear has heard, and no mind has imagined the things that God has prepared for those who love him." 1 Co 2:9
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Hope your all enjoying or have enjoyed your weekend~

18 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Regina, your photos are all beautiful. Your backyard scenes are just gorgeous. I love the quilt, very pretty nature pattern. Your kitty photo is just adorable. Lovely post, have a wonderful week!

teca said...

Definitely I have never seen such wonderful photographs like yours! They are very special with details of the very gentle nature.
Good week, dear Regina.
A warm hug and love.

rainfield61 said...

I am amazed by the water droplet. It seemed to travel from one end to the other, and is still on its way.

Joyful said...

Beautiful and interesting photos Regina. I love the quilt too. Your friend is very talented with quilting.

Ginny said...

What a treat to see another post again so soon! The pictures ate great.I still like the colors best, but the black and white one with the cat is cool, because he is so camouflaged. I don' know how on earth you got that one picture of the double fern heads, it looks like a painting or something, very intriguing!

WebbieLady said...

The ferns are lovely! And I love the cat in the second photo... caught in the act! :=)

Regina said...

Eileen, after reading your N.Geo post on the elephants, it made me think back..my dad always a percription- well I do hope your week isn't hectic.. my best-
Teca..so happy you stopped by (big hug)- will be by shortly-
Rainfields..one more thing we have in common and I'm still thinking about that Durian fruit!
Hey thanks Penny..I plan to look at that video soon- then I'll get back with you-
Ginny thank you- as always I appreciate your thoughts!
Hi there Webbielady, thank you..seems they always look like their up to no good don't they! I will be by shortly-

Anzu said...

Thanks to your unrivaled ability of shooting natural world. Your miraculous shots cause me to become lightheaded. w(@.@)w Wonderful!

Sandra said...

all of these are beatuiful, but you know my favorite is the reptile at the end. sooooo sweet, i love him. and the kitty shots made me go awwww.

Regina said...

Ann- I appreciate your kind and inspiring words!! Wishing you a wonderful week!
Sandra, I keep seeing them around with missing tails! (smile)

WebbieLady said...

Did you mean the cat? Haha, here they have really huuuugeee ones. About the time machine, I better look it up at megavideo. :=)

Regina said...

Webbielady (lol) I meant the lizards. Is megavideo like hulu?

Bananazஇ said...

Elton John sitting on rooftop kicking of the moss with the mossies and tree frogs flying sky high.

Regina said...

Oops, a (subscription) to National Geo..incase anyone noticed? (ah ha ha
Bananaz..it's what it makes me feel like too

Amin said...

Hello!

Amin said...

Beautiful photos!

Amin said...

Lovely post!

Amin said...

Those hills is green in the winter or not I do not know...

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