March 3, 2011

and some say size doesn't matter....

well personally i think it does
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really
how boring would this photo have been if i had shown you a tiny pine cone
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oh wait
your mind is still in the gutter
isn't it
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35 comments:

  1. Everything you touch turns into a piece of art - I love this!

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  2. Haha!!! Oh WOW! This is amazing....really!
    Size does make a difference....because yes, a tiny pine cone would have been very boring:)

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  3. Wow ,my cones aren't that big.

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  4. i've never seen one that big :)

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  5. Holy crappers!!!!! As big as your head!

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  6. That's a Texas-sized pinecone. What's it doing in Wisconsin?!

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  7. Wow! Madonna would LOVE THAT CONE!

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  8. That's a BEAST! It's prehistorically huge!

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  9. Wow.. now that's a specimen!

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  10. Wow, that is a giant pine cone!

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  11. If you had shown the little one most guys would have still said it was 9 inches. giggle.....sorry ...you started the gutter route .lol

    xx
    z

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  12. I thought you were talking about the very cool supersize of your photos, which I can't seem to do in blogger. But the cone is cool indeed!

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  13. It's not the size so much as what you do with it... I like what you did with it ! ;)
    Happy ThursdaY !

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  14. You're a hoot and I love you, Beth :)

    Your pinecone is definitely bigger than mine and gives me pinecone envy :)

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  15. Silly girl, of course that is where our minds are.

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  16. That just made me laugh! Great shot of that monster too.

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  17. Oh wow - if never seen a cone this big before! Such a gorgeous photo - love the composition!

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  18. Yes, it does! How big is the tree?

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  19. That's just unnaturally large!

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  20. I have a giant pine cone too. Now where did I put that?

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  21. Seems like everything in US is much bigger than here in Norway . Great picture :D

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  22. I still have some of those big boys that I collected on a trip to New Orleans in 1973:) They still come out very holiday:) I love this photo!

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  23. That's a honker! Now, since my mind is in the gutter I'm thinking about all kinds of other mutant "things".

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  24. oh my! I have a "thing" for pine cones, especially really big ones...
    what?

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  25. Have I told you lately that you're a hoot?

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  26. I know everything is bigger in Texas, but had no idea that applied to New Jersey too.

    Great photo/

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  27. One word...
    OUCH!!!
    Ha ha ha ha!!!

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  28. I love all of the pine needles hanging on :)

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  29. and I thought everything in Texas was bigger!

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  30. WHOA!! How big was the tree??

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  31. freakity freak...this is an awesome image... wow!!

    hey, did you ever change cameras?

    xxo, Kim

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  32. That thing is huge!!!!

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**I love reading the comments you leave, as they make me feel like we're sitting in my kitchen, having a cup of tea, discussing life and wondering where all the time has gone ...beth