N is for Nature

A simple gallery of some of my nature photos. Click for larger images.

ABC Wednesday Round 7

Nine at Taipei Daily Photo

Nag’s Head by Sithenah

Netherlands at Weighty Matters

N Clouds at Deckside Thoughts

Niagara Falls by Pixel Minded

Number Nine at Ashton-under-Lyne Photo Blog

Nobody’s prefect. If you find any spelling mistakes or other errors in this post, please let me know by highlighting the text and pressing Ctrl+Enter.

9 comments… Add yours
  • Yorkshire Pudding 20th October 2010

    Beautifully observed and captured – showing in close-up just a sample of this world’s amazing botanical life.

    After Nature may we please have some pictures of naturism? just a thought.

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  • Willa @ PixelMinded 20th October 2010

    Thanks for including my link.and you have a very lovely sets of Nature’s Picture!

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  • vernz 20th October 2010

    those are pretty photos.. nature at its best…

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  • rog 20th October 2010

    a very nice gallery indeed.

    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

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  • Polly 20th October 2010

    Thank you all for visiting and for your kind comments. YP: I will take your suggestion about naturism on board, given the opportunity!

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  • Living So Abundantly 21st October 2010

    Beautiful pictures. 🙂 I like how your gallery photos pop up on the screen when you click on them. 🙂

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  • Mr Parrot 22nd October 2010

    Thank LsA. The pop-up gallery is easy enough to create on Blogger using Cincopa.

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  • Helen McCauslin 22nd October 2010

    What a wonderful nature walk you have given us! So up close and personal a view!
    I am curious about the identities of numer 4, 7, and 15. Is the last bark, by any chance?
    Thank you for the as always great photos,
    HelenMac, ABC team

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  • Mr Parrot 22nd October 2010

    Hello Helen,
    I’m not a nature expert — I just point my camera at plants that look nice — but I believe that 4 is Rose Bay Willow Herb growing wild; 7 is the down on a thistle; and you are correct about 15 which is the bark of an apple tree in our garden.

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