The title of this blog comes from a Gaelic expression -"putting on the poor mouth"-which means to exaggerate the direness of one's situation in order to gain time or favour from creditors.
It looks like a round green cake with icing on it
They have one of the best seed heads out there.
Whenever I look at something like that I can't help wondering about the processes that go into creating it. It must be a really complex switching on and off of many different genes for many different proteins at exactly the right time to create that perfect pattern. Isn't nature wonderful?
Me likey! I'm just [well a week] back from the UK and I downloaded my photos of the trip and my daughter complained about the number of Thistle photos I had - she can be a bit prickly like that.
But maybe not so tasty nursie!Oh that is true DFP!It is amazing. Just thing it takes twopurines and two pyrmidines to form all of this Ruth
I hope you had a great time back in the old country Maddy!
Lovely pic :-)Is that seed head sending us a message>
I wish I knew enough to find out where it comes from, how it is formed etc.etc.etc. But I'm always very busy just saying, "Oh! Ah! Oh! Beautiful!" You really know how to take a photo, Jams.BTW, I'm Claudia. Just using my real name from now on.
It's ALL HAIL BIG PIGEON.. Poppies are in on the conspiracy too
THanks Cherie.. Claude you message has disapeared. What on earth is happening?
Your comment has disappeared too, Jams. I was just saying I liked the photo.
Now HERE is a Poppy photo...
Strange the comments disappeared for a while ClaudeHaha Steve!
Maybe Andrew and his Alien friends took over.
What with his universe box I get the feeling that he is God
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