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Thursday, April 12, 2012

K is for Nature's Alphabet 2 - K and L

 
Regular readers know that I have been working on the second set of letters found in nature. I had gotten through J, and was doing five at a time. However, I'm just going to add two more today. There actually are reasons for that.

I'm not sure I have an M for this set yet- that's the first reason. The second reason is that I want to use this L today because I am pretty sure I'm going to have a very special L for tomorrow. I have an appointment at 4 pm to.... (you thought I'd tell you today? silly you)

Anyway, here are K and L

the letter K


the letter L

Follow the link below to see one complete alphabet, and the second one through L

See Nature's Alphabets
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21 comments:

Deniz Bevan said...

Gorgeous photos!

Marcie said...

Beautiful pictures! Thank you for visiting my blog! I try to visit as many blogs as possible :)

Anna said...

Oh my! You really have kept your eyes open! Beautiful photos.

Thank you for visiting my L-post for Laugh. You are first commenter and get an extra link!

I am also try to visit everyone on the a to z - list, at least once. But it seems a hopeless task.

I am swamped with work on my tax returns. Should never have promised to do this. But it is fun. And all my posts are ready and scheduled.

Take care!
Anna

For the benefit of other readers:

Anna's A-Z, the letter L

Lindi said...

Great photos!

Jean said...

Good luck getting to all the A-Zs, and thank you for stopping by and commenting on mine (jeanschara.com). You have some lovely photos here.

Gregg said...

Wonderful pics! Great theme! Super idea.

LindaK said...

Wow - I had to take a second look to see what you'd done there! Amazing! What a lovely blog - thanks for visiting mine. How hilarious that you rode a bike through the Jardins de Luxembourg! Made me laugh :-) LindaK

Kern Windwraith said...

Just catching up to your blog through the A to Z Challenge. What a brilliant concept for a theme! And what beautiful photographs you take. That L shot is pure magic.

I'll be back to follow along as you click click your way through the alphabet!

mybabyjohn/Delores said...

That is a stunning "L". Thanks for dropping in on thefeatherednest.

Lynn Proctor said...

beautiful m and ls

Ann said...

I like your K but I have to say that your find for L is simply awesome

Donna Shields said...

Very beautiful. Thanks for stopping by mine.

Pat Carroll Marcantel said...

You lead an interesting life, that's obvious. Thanks for sharing with all of us. I just hope Robert Lee Brewer doesn't catch on that I cheated by posting my poem in two blogs. May put me on the Poem-a-Day black list.

Jennifer Fischetto said...

Beautiful pictures! :)

Daisy Carter said...

What beautiful photos! I especially love the L. Such a pretty negative space. Thanks for stopping by my blog today! Hope you make it to all of them as planned!

betchai said...

your L today looks very special already to me, such a beautiful picture, wonder what the other L would be tomorrow

Katy said...

Oh, how cool! I clicked through and viewed your complete alphabet... beautiful!

Dana said...

Gorgeous pictures!

Thanks for stopping by my blog. I'm slowly working my way through all the participants. I have about 1,200 more to go. Whew! :)

Ishta Mercurio said...

That "L" is amazing - you have quite an eye.

RNSANE said...

Amazing...you must be always on the lookout and they seem to turn up for you. I would look and look and never see one letter of the alphabet.

RNSANE said...

Amazing...you must be always on the lookout and they seem to turn up for you. I would look and look and never see one letter of the alphabet.

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