NF Blo-Ma 75
Welcome to a new edition of NF Blo-Ma. A meme all about Flowers and Macro shots. The name might need an explanation for international players. Blo comes from the Swedish word for flower, blomma and Ma is for macro. English translation would be Flo-Ma but that does not sound so good in Swedish so Blo-Ma it is. Thanks everyone who joined last week.
If flower comes short this time of year dont´ forget you can link up macro shots.
Addition: Why not make some flower and macro art while you are at it? To add a little more fun to the meme.
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Icy Critters© NF Photo 131207
Some icy critters I found on a branch the other day. I can see a lizards and a small polar bear. What do you see?
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I see the polar bear!ReplyDelete
I see a wolf :-))ReplyDelete
Jag ser också en björn och kanske en släde?ReplyDelete
Lovely photo. I can see two eskimos rubbing noses next to the polar bear.ReplyDelete
So lovely to see the ice and snow in photos from the Northern Hemisphere. I'm dreaming of a white Christmas as we make plans for a Christmas by the beach...ReplyDelete
I can see Santa in his sleigh and his raindeer, who have moved ahead of him and are trampling a large animal of some sort (maybe another bear). I also see an owl resting on his side and a rather ornate set of Moose antlers. Now aren't you sorry you asked?:) What fun you must have in life ...ReplyDelete
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