Me-Now-Views; the Less Speak More Peek day

Gracious, do I even have a 'theme' this week? Have not had time to think this through. Maybe just a sift through the archives...

These were all taken in my Australian garden many a long year past on the little Minolta digicam with macro mode, then manipulated in Corel8 image software.

Linky time!!!


  1. I found the book, my DIL mentioned:
    Unlikely Loves: 43 Heartwarming True Stories from the Animal Kingdom - Jennifer S. Holland

  2. Sometimes, a stroll through the archives is the best place to go! Lovely photos.

  3. Theme, raindrop jewels.

  4. Soon you'll be showing us photos of the spring blossoms in Scotland. I hope!
    Cheers, Gail.

  5. I love the one with the droplets on the edge of the leaf. The original one that is, the other one not so much.

  6. Those are all amazing photos. I love looking back on old pictures sometimes - there are usually all sorts of treasures in the archives.

  7. Hari OM
    Jenn - thanks!!

    Betty - absolutely, and thank you!

    Merle - perfect!

    Bertie/Gail - not long now I think...noticed snowdrops the other day...

    Mara - yes nasturtiums hold the water beautifully!

    MM - definitely!

  8. Fantastic love the different effects, it's amazing what you can find looking back that you have forgotton about ;-)

    Have a tanfastic week ;-)

  9. very lovely, it's amazing the efects we can get with each picture.
    Great Job!

  10. Who needs a theme! Lovely pictures regardless :)


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