INTRICATE – NATURE DOES IT WELL

WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE

Intricate: What does it mean to you? Show us your interpretation.

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Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Writer, photography, blogger. Previously, technical writer. I am retired and delighted to be so. May I live long and write frequently.

24 thoughts on “INTRICATE – NATURE DOES IT WELL”

  1. This belt where we are staying presently is famous for corns. The ultra soft milky corn kennels taste heaven. Great close up shot showing the intricate work of nature beautifully. I liked the third shot too.

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    1. I shuck the corn in the store (they have a big barrel for the leaves and silk) and was thinking how pretty it was. By the time we got home with the groceries, I was planning pictures 🙂

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    1. The best corn crop, the “sugar and butter” harvest. It really tasted amazing, especially since it has been nearly a year since we had fresh corn. We have more for tonight. I love this time of year just for the fresh produce!

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      1. I also love our corn and am looking forward to tonight’s dinner. The only negative: Must clean out the corn from your teeth as soon as possible after dinner.

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    1. I was wondering what to do for the challenge and there I was in the supermarket. Corn, a huge display. 5 ears, $2. The first true sign of spring and I thought “YES. Corn!” It’s not the first time I’ve photographed corn or other vegetable. They make great subjects and they don’t run away, blink, or complain you’ve made them look fat 🙂

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