Macro Monday: May 23


Something a bit different this week. Do you know what it is? Answer tomorrow.



And for yesterday’s Sunday puzzler, here is the answer…

The plants, in the order they appeared, were :





Allium (and if you thought it was the bush behind there are no excuses since it was an acer!)










So, taking the first letter of the names, that gives you

O  G  A  E  L  N  and D

rearrange to make Donegal








4 Comments on “Macro Monday: May 23”

  1. derrickjknight
    May 23, 2016 at 5:12 pm #

    Today’s looks like part of a stone ornament

  2. Luce
    May 24, 2016 at 3:43 pm #

    Is it a fern’s fronds about to unfurl?

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