Monday, 7 July 2014


On a recent walk home I found these plants invading new territory - a little bit of botanical annexation!

You can find more macro shots at Macro Monday 2 and I Heart Macro.


TexWisGirl said...

i like that!

Sylvia K said...

A good one indeed, Stewart!! Have a great new week!!

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...


Revrunner said...

There's always a little "annexation" going on at my house given the amount of attention I lavish upon it. :-)

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Felicia said...

wonderful shot.

Arija said...

They do seem to have a very Russian attitude. In our Melbourne house it covered the front (brick) fence . You had to clip it's wings on a regular basis to keep it in check. Makes for a nice shot though.

Terri @ Backward B Ranch said...

Hmm, give them an inch and they take a mile! :)

Andrea Priebe said...

This is just artsy ... green on green, staight lines against curved lines ... Very impressive eye, Stewart.

So you say you are very busy for good reasons ... is this something we are going to hear about down the road or is it a personal good thing? Whatever it is, I am happy for you that you are doing something you like doing. We all should be so lucky ...

Andrea @ From The Sol

eileeninmd said...

Cool shot, Stewart! And I like the title..Have a happy new week!

Carole M. said...

...and one day that wall will be covered; it looks like that creeping fig?

Mama Zen said...

Cool shot!

Irma said...

Beautiful picture, Stewart.
A good new week.

Anonymous said...

A wonderfully simple shot!

Liz said...

What a lovely image Stewart! Enjoy your week.