Nice Surprise

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unknown seedlings
sprouting huge and strong-
October delights

Tossed last year’s store bought gourds on my compost pile so was delighted that my compost pile sprouted some mini gourds…I think I’m ready for fall. My table topper catching the light using my Samsung Galaxy III.
Joining
NF Catching The Light
Mandarin Orange Monday

ABC Wednesday, letter N

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Original

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PicsArt pastel filter

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PicsArt Gouache effect

May the Holy Spirit guide you in all your endeavors.

15 Responses

  1. It would be hard to choose a favorite among these three, Laura. Hard to improve on the original, but the artist in me appreciates the gouache. And what a nice surprise to get these “volunteers”. I’m nursing some grains that have sprung up under the bird feeder–think they’ll enjoy the seed.

  2. I love “volunteer” seedlings too…my whole garden is now full of volunteer trees.
    I like the gouache effect…will have to play with it too!
    And I love the light effect in the original…

  3. I am guessing that you can’t get any more fertile than a compost pile. The gourds seem to have flourished and your pictures are wonderful. Lucky you … or maybe I should say smart you. Great job …

    Andrea @ From The Sol

  4. Beautiful fall arrangement!

  5. Wonderful compositions, I love the colors of these pumpkins!

  6. I like that table topper very much. How wonderful to get gourds from last years old ones.

  7. What a lovely surprise to find your seeds grew….like magic. Your work is magical too…both are works of art.

  8. Beautiful series of photos.
    Thank you for sharing.
    Wil, ABCW Team.

  9. Wow, that was sure nice to find these! Am contemplating starting a compost pile, now I have space for it:)

  10. Wonderful feeling.

  11. Aren’t volunteer plants such fun. I got volunteer tomatoes this year and really enjoyed them. – Margy

  12. Lovely photos Laurie. 🙂

  13. That is quite nice. Hard work pays.

  14. What a wonderful surprise to have mini gourds sprouting from the compost pile!

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