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Monday, 21 July 2008

Odd Shots On Monday


I present to you the first flower on one of the plants in the tiny water garden that used to be home to the seal head (had to move it, as the bowl became too full of plants!)

The shot is rather odd because the bowl is almost lost in the distance. This is a tall flower stem!




This little picture gives some idea of the length of the stem.










For more Odd Shots, please visit our hostess
Katney
and enjoy the fun.

18 comments:

Aileni said...

I thought that would be good oddity.
Attractive too.

JC said...

That is long... but it's a beauty, too!

Katney said...

That may be a bit out of proportion, but it looks good.

I corrected my time stamp ant the odd shot post is in place.

Barely human now said...

I love your beautiful flowers.

Do you like snapdragons too?!

Deb

Middle Ditch said...

You have a very nice garden and that flower is so beautiful. What is its name? Now I'm off to that owls nest you mentioned in your previous post. That sounds very interesting too.

CrazyCath said...

I've taken one or two shots like this too and they do look odd. Good idea to post it here - well done!

diXymiss said...

Beautiful blossom! Amazing it can grow to such heights, with it's "feet" in water vs. firmly anchored in the soil.

diane cook said...

Very cool shot....I am glad you included the second one to give us the perspective of the first one =)

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Reaching for the sun? Looks odd for sure.

Michelle said...

That is a very long stem to support. First visit to your blog! Won't be the last...

jientje said...

I have never tried that perspective before, but it looks great!

Liz said...

That is such a long stem!

John said...

This is odd but it`s a great shot with nice depth of field too.

becky voyles said...

Cool. It looks like it growing out of the ground there/

Dr.John said...

It might be an odd shot but it's a beautiful flower.

Paulie said...

No wonder you had to move the little guy! Beautiful tall flower!

Lord James Bigglesworth said...

I'd love to be doing that now.

Müge Tekil said...

A very nice flower very well photographed from an unusual angle... I like it ... This is a good odd shot!