7 thoughts on “Trapped Leaf”

      1. Thank you so very much! Indeed, one issue diagnosed and being treated, once this has been sorted a second issue might require an operation and then the doctor’s taking a “wait-and-see” approach with a third issue, with more tests lined up for a month from now. Already feel much better physically and mentally. Thanks again for caring!

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  1. What a fantastic photo
    The spines almost have a steel Or metal feel.
    And I am reminded again about how designers copy nature –
    My sister remodeled a business in 2015 and a few pieces of decor are similar in shape to the spines – and then Target copied some of the similar designs and had some sets for sale in 2016 –
    Anyhow –
    Finding the lead like that made for a great capture

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    1. Thank you, Yvette! So true how nature often drives design. As for the photo, I was pleasantly surprised to get this look with the phone camera and associated editor. Demonstrates how capable these things ccan be these days.

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