Honesty (lunaria) seed pods

Iain

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I believe they have a ton of common names. I dont want to play that five word game anymore! Lol.
 

Iain

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Yes, when they are dried and before they scatter their seed. Rattle and hum.
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And once they have scattered their load, they take on a translucence which glistens silver in the sun.
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Which reminds me of this, a Goat willow, its catkins glowing as if charged with electricity. It is a veritable orgy that time of year. I guess that makes any nature nerd with a camera a pornographer? We will never look on them the same again.
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Speaking of which, this is comes to mind. It is entitled, *Buggery," which, I guess, is not quite correct, but I think we get the picture. I love the red of the eyes. Wonder if they are normally like that?
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These remind me of peapods, which remind me of Mendel's Laws of Inheritance because he used peas for his experiments. I love biology stuff and sometimes my work addresses this kind of thing, not that you'd ever really know/see that, but it does.

Here is a painting I made a long time ago called Mendel's Peascape.

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That painting is quality. It contains late twentieth century aesthetics, but, at the same time, is very contemporary. No? Damn, I sound like a critick. Sic.
 

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Thank you. You don't sound like a critic. Most of my non-art friends think I sound like an art snob, so no worries here. I like art described any which way. ;)
 
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