Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Nature Notes in June!

Last week I showed you the giant falling limb in Dad's yard. Lest you think it is all disaster over there, this week I bring you a mosaic - my first(!) - I made of things I found around the yard and a bouquet I made.

The robin's egg had a hole on the other side and some yolk. I think that a chick had just never developed and the mother got rid of the egg. My dad found it while mowing.



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19 comments:

  1. The nature collage is lovely. Too bad the egg wasn't viable for a robin but it's beautiful.

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    1. Thanks, Lois, it was fun mixing and matching photos...

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  3. That is a beautiful collage.. I don't know what the flowers are but they are beautiful all the same...Oh poor robin's egg..They are such a pretty color and you wonder what happened..but you made a very good guess at what could have happened...Happy Nature Notes Libby...Michelle

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    1. I think that the baby just never developed; so it did not die or anything. I love that shade of blue too!

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  4. What a beautiful collage! I love lilies with strong orange color! Have a nice day

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    1. My parent's have lilies in this great shade a deep red with a bit of orange to it. I really like them too! Thanks for stopping by!

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  5. Lovely nature mosaic. It is sad about the pretty Robin's egg. Your flowers are gorgeous. Have a great day!

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    1. Thanks :) Appreciate the kind words!

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  6. beautiful mosaic, well done!
    the egg is an amazing color

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    1. Thanks! Robin's egg blue is my fave color :)

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  7. wow! I didn't know robin-eggs were blue in color! That collage.

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    1. Yep...they are blue - I love that shade of blue too! Thanks for coming by and commenting!

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  8. Wow what a beautiful collage and such a large blue robin egg...I ususally find them in pieces.

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    1. Yea - it was strange. Just a peck hole and yolk on the other side(?)

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  9. Lovely summery collage to admire on this wintry morning...

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