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Robert

Seems like spring is unraveling nicely there. Very nice image.

Denise

I love fiddleheads! Yum!! Hmmm, I have some in my freezer that need to be used tonight - thanks for the idea!

Alissa

You know, I've never seen one of these in real life...

Ivanhoe

What a great shot! Never seen one before. Happy WW!

Amor

Nice shot!me too,I have never seen a plant(?) like this.Great to see this.

Iā€™m in a big wooden shoe

happy WW!

Amy the Black

No wonder that squirrel's butt is so big!

Amy the Black

Sorry! Wrong comment! Beautiful fiddlehead. I want to know how to cook them!

Beth

What a beautiful photo! I love fiddleheads. Looks like you are adjusting nicely to your new camera!

Terri (aka Mrs Squidley)

Fantastic shot!!

I haven't done a WW in a long time, but I finally found a few minutes to post one!
http://mrssquidley.squidfamily.net/?p=571

Happy WW!

CountryDew

Nice. Love your eye.

mon@rch

Fiddleheads are so much fun to photograph! Happy Wordless Wednesday and not sure how I missed this on Wednesday!

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