Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Look Again! Then AGAIN



Barrier at Coquina Beach
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
those who look for it will find it.....

Two chefs in Boston who were competing for the title of "Finest Fish
Fryer." Their talents were about equal, their dishes equally excellent.


Mango tree in a bucket, from a seed

However, at the last moment one of the chefs glazed his entry and won
the title. "Alas!" lamented the other, "There but for the glaze of cod go I!"

Closeup of Mango new growth

Passion Plant Curly cue

Ferns in our jungle

10 comments:

SquirrelQueen said...

The mango leaves are so pretty. I really like the close up of the new mango growth. And I wish my ferns looked that good right now.

"glaze of cod", groan....but it still made me laugh.

Deb said...

you crack me up...love that first shot...your plants look so nice...everything here looks a little tired...and dry...

Dee said...

eye know what it is:) Sandie, I tried to send you an email but it would not go through. Please e-mail me at deelarichards@yahoo.com I have a question.

Madi and Mom said...

Sandra you know I'm a huge fan of your expert Madsnapperness. I love pic 1 and 2. Two looks like a fish face amazing it is all in the angle.
Photography is about 45% light and 55% luck and a good photographer's eye for beauty!!
I just had some Cobani Mango yogurt.
Hugs C

Rose said...

I like your jungle...it always seems to offer interesting things to photograph.

EG CameraGirl said...

Thanks for making me smile, Sandra!

Your plants are growing very well!

Catherine said...

It looks nice and green there. It's starting to look a bit brown here. :(
xo Catherine

Kim @ Stuff could... said...

I see the eye...it is beautiful. You have a green thumb too

Susannah said...

Pics #1 and #2 ave VERY interesting! I love the ferns in your jungle...matter of fact...everything in your jungle is fascinating!

Relindis said...

I missed this post yesterday, but glad I've caught up, Sandra, because you made me laugh. The photos are good too! I have a mango lurking in the fridge. We grow all sorts of plants from our fruit seeds/stones so will try to see if we can grow a mango tree even if its just ornamental. As for the ferns... I love ferns.