Archive for October, 2007

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In September, these giant sunflowers turned their faces to soak up the sun, bright yellows and greens. In October, after the first frost, this sunflower field looks a little wild. In another month or two, snow will cover all but the flower heads. Madison. Wisconsin, USA.

photographed by barbara © 2007

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As I said in the previous post, my parsley bit the dust, literally.

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Lori Gloyd (c) 2007

The metaphor of gardening has often been used to describe the spiritual experience of women.

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Image and text: Lori Gloyd (c) 2007

They are made of torn up images from a book of plant drawings, rubber stamped images, postage stamps and pictures from cigarette cards