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I just thought it was so beautiful and well cared about.
A lovely little parcel.Well protected indeed.An original way to store ripening seeds.
It looks like it belongs to the onion family.
what a fantastic shot!
This is absolutely stunning Birgitta, and what an amazing photograph this is! Looks like a little package all neatly tied up, and I love the title you chose for it.Thank you so much for sharing this today at The Creative Exchange.Have a beautiful day!lisa.
You have a great eye Birgitta for the unusual and effective photo opportunity. Just love this photo.
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ser onekligen lite ömsint ut. :)
This is amazing!
This is one beautiful macro capture. I am thinking it is a seed pod, but I am not sure. Whatever it is, it is gorgeous with stunning coloration. Beautiful work this week. Genie
Wow it is an amazing shot.
Very interesting! Is it a attelabidae? We would see it sometimes in Japan.
Great shot. Congratulations.Garlic or onion?
The plant is some kind of onion I think.
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