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Tuesday, October 21, 2008

VINE LEAF IN OCTOBER

Lucy Corrander - Vine Leaf 19th October 2008

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8 comments:

GORDON MASON said...

Hi Lucy

I'm really enjoying your photos. They've given me some inspiration for poetry. Long may your lens flash!

Here are 2 so far at http://catapulttomars.blogspot.com/2008/10/magic-blanket.html
and http://catapulttomars.blogspot.com/2008/10/telegraph-pole-no-570.html

Slainte!

garden girl said...

Hi Lucy, I just love seeing your subjects through your lens!

Barbarapc said...

Lucy,
A wine leaf and no wine? Clever cropping no doubt.

Glad to see they bicycle update!

ELK said...

lucy this is a nice shot of real nature!

Lucy Corrander said...

Thank you Gordon - and for the poems on CATAPULT TO MARS .

It's the first time anyone has asked to use my pictures and I'm going round with a silly, proud feeling inside!

Lucy

Lucy Corrander said...

Hello Garden Girl. Such and encouraging remark!

Lucy

Lucy Corrander said...

Barbarapc - no grapes! Not one! And, no grapes, no wine! (Not that there would have been enough anyway!)

(Though the Madeleine d'Angevine vine is, indeed, one of those grown in the small British wine making industry.)

My guess (only a guess) is that there were problems with pollination this year - the insects arrived early because it was mild - then got 'rained off' when the flowers came out.

Lucy

Lucy Corrander said...

Elk - yes . . . nature gives us a lot of beautiful leaves in the autumn - but it also produces a plentiful supply of blotchy, crinkly, holey ones too! It's just that they don't often get the limelight!

Lucy

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