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Wednesday, June 11, 2008

ABC Wednesday...................

This week we have reached the letter U

U is for Unfurl.
I love the way that ferns look quite prehistoric before they completely unfurl.
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17 comments:

Aileni said...

Ferns have had a lot of practice at being prehistoric. A perfect selection for U'r post.
Thanks for looking by.

scargosun said...

I tried to figure out what your word was from the picks before I scrolled down and I couldn't! Very creative!

Rose said...

This is a very ingenious choice for U. I agree, the unfurling of the ferns as they begin to grow is something to enjoy. Are these in your garden?
If I'd gotten around to posting today, I would have used umbrella, but fortunately it's not raining here today.
(Comment moderation today is very appropriate: the letters are "affog," which is what I'm in today.)

Mean Mom said...

Ferns are one of my favourite plants! I have some in my garden and I love to see their fronds unfurling, in the growing season.

Thanks for coming to my virtual party, on Saturday. It was a great day.

Dragonstar said...

Beautiful photos! I love the way ferns curl, and I love how green they become. They're actually fairly prehistoric plants, aren't they?

zetor said...

Ferns are magical.

Miss_Yves said...

Unique !
Great choice, beautiful photo!
Miss Yves

leslie said...

What a UNIQUE post! Love the photos of the ferns Unfurling. Excellent for U-day. :D

this is my patch said...

The fronds of ferns unfurling fascinate me (try saying that quickly)! The best time to photograph them. x

Jules said...

Looks like spring in underway...

Suburbia said...

Welcome Aileni and thanks Scargosun.

Yes Rose, my garden but quite a few weeks ago now.

Mean Mom your party was FAB. Thanks for the invite!

Yes Dragonstar I think they are.

Welcome Zetor and thanks Miss Yves.

Hi Leslie and Jules, nice to see you again.

My Patch, great toung twister!

Liz said...

What a good idea. I have some nice unfurly fern photos. I hadn't thought of a topic and then didn't have time. And now it's a bit late.

reader Wil said...

Lovely fern photos!Thanks for your visit!

Pernille's ting og tang said...

Very nice U-post:)

Maggie May said...

I love unfurling ferns too!

Powell River Books said...

Ferns are beautiful plants. I have a natural garden on the cliff next to my cabin. Ferns can cling to some of the most precarious spots and brighten up a dark rock face. I invite you to come see my U is for Use and Re-Use. -- Margy

mrsnesbitt said...

Wonderful art in the garden and wherever we spot ferns. magestic infact!