The Nature Journal I have always wanted to create
I had never heard of fingercups before, lovely!
I am new to fingercups too!
Sissy--those fingercups are in a perfect profile. A craggy-faced old man.
Isn't it amazing where plant life can settle! If they were purposely planted there they wouldn't live...really a great capture here!
Beautiful reflection. this plant is so delicated.Léia - Bonjour Luxembourg
I had to look up fringe cups to find out what they are. No wonder I didn't know - they only grow west of the Rockies. LOL
Neat shot. Among other things, I like the way the log "y"s as it enters (exits) the water.
I've never heard of fringe cups, either. Nice reflection and thanks for the botany lesson!
Beautiful photograph Clytie.
It is a cool reflection, and fringecups is new to me too!
Neat how the fringecups are growing from the log. And I also like how the log forms an upside down Y at the water.
«Louis» is another newcomer to the world of fringecups! The things we learn in the blogosphere!
I have no idea what fingercups though I tried a Google search, but I like your photo. It is a beautiful nature shot and the reflections are great too.
Beautiful reflection shot. I never heard of fingercups too. But now I know. Thanks for sharing
So many beautiful nature pictures you have on your blog. So nice that you have visited with me. Lots of greetings Turid