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Friday, January 6, 2012

Nature's Alphabet 2- A-E

 
The most popular posts on my blog (from searches) are the alphabet that I did a couple of years ago. So, I've been hunting for another set this fall. Trying to use different things from the last time.

the letter A seen in a reflected log

the letter B seen in a twisted branch

the letter C seen in fungus

the letter D seen in a vine

the letter E seen in a rotten log


See Nature's Alphabet A-E
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17 comments:

Jean said...

Very cool idea and super cool A-E nature photos!!!

Ratty said...

Seeing your Nature's Alphabet again reminds me to start looking a little closer at some of the things around me again. Things have changed so much for me that I've forgotten to do that.

missing moments said...

So cool and very creative!

John said...

A fantastic idea :-) Which letter took longest to find?

From wala to okay said...

the first pic looks like a mirror

Duxbury Ramblers said...

It is surprising what you see when you look at trees - in the E picture I can see a pigs head with a very prominent snout :)

rainfield61 said...

So, you may start a class to teach English:

A for ?

Secondary Roads said...

What a fantastic mind you have. I loved this series last time, so I know I'll love it again this time.

Rebecca Mecomber said...

That is so creative! We enjoyed it.

Ann said...

I love these. I've tried to do something like this before but I had a really hard time finding most of the letters.

gallerydarrow said...

I love this!!

Sharkbytes said...

Jean- I just can't help seeing them

Ratty- Once you start you'll see them everywhere

reena- thanks- it's the conflict of my art/engineering mind

John- When I finish this series I'll do a post about finding the letters

wala- It is a reflection- look at it sideways

Carole- Ha! I see it too

rainfield- A is for awesome alphabet, of course!

Chuck- fantastic? well fuddled, perhaps (is that the opposite of befuddled, or just more so?) Oh no... I just looked that up, and it has gained a very sensual urban meaning

Rebecca- I think it would make a great homeschool assignment for younger kids (yours are HS, right?)

Ann- there are only a couple I have difficulty finding. Will tell all at the end

Ro- Thanks!

Dick Stone said...

these are pretty neat. amazing what you can see when you open your eyes. I tweeted it on Twitter

Lin said...

"E" is my favorite! Those are GREAT, Sharkey! Good eye!

Sharkbytes said...

Dick- Thank you so much!

Lin- Once you start, you can't stop seeing them. I ended up with several Es to choose from.

sir rob said...

That is just way to crazy seeing those. It's a great and rare find I guess. Nice job out there.

RNSANE said...

You really have to keep your eyes open for the A, B, C thing!!

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