Macro Monday Posted by Trapper Creek Daughter on November 14, 2011 Posted in: farm life, Macro Monday, photography. Tagged: farm life, Macro Monday, macros, photograghy. 4 Comments Thanks to the late, wet summer the chestnuts are considerably smaller this year, and just now starting to drop and be cut by the Steller Jays. AdvertisementShare this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related Posts navigation ← Sunday Stills Challenge: Potluck with a Purpose Sunday Stills Challenge – Portraits →
Lovely photo..I have never seen a Chestnut in it’s protective coat before..thanks:)
It’s secure and well protected 🙂 Nice shot!
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Very cool shot, looks like a sea urchin. fantastic header shot too and congrats on getting Jake’s Blog Award..:-)