Saturday, January 23, 2010

Day 23


Pine cones.

18 comments:

  1. I'm enjoying your collections, Lisa! What a clever idea and your photos and drawings are wonderful. This one made me smile. It looks like what I have to sweep off my front porch every couple of days. Feel free to come on out and add to your collection next time you're in town!

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  2. gorgeous! i love that rose-shaped one in the bottom right corner!

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  3. Terry, I will totally come over and scavange your yard next time I am in Portland!

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  4. i really like today's collection...color, arrangement, texture.

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  5. Oh it's so beautiful and nostalgic. For me at least: reminds me of home.

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  6. beautiful!!
    never saw a cone like the one on the right upper corner, i guess these pines are not growing here..

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  7. wow. i've never seen rose shaped pine cones. want to find out what kind of tree makes these. beautiful.

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  8. I just found your blog. I'm loving it - especially this assortment of pine cones. I collect them, too. Thanks for blogging!

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  9. Natural Stuff - yay!!

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  12. What tree is the cone in the upper righthand corner from?

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    1. Update: It's from Casuarina equisetifolia (horsetail tree, Australian pine).

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