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Saturday, January 15, 2011

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Altoon

These are fascinating: animals taking the form of flowers. Thanks for showing them to us.

Lisa at Greenbow

These are fantastic Linda. I have never seen such a thing. I will be on the lookout for them.

LINDA from EACH LITTLE WORLD

I first saw massive versions of these at the Denver Museum. When I actually found small ones to buy, I couldn't resist.

Donna

I too collect fossils, but mine are all animals. I really like yours with plant. I will be on the hunt for them now.

Cat

Your blog header never fails to make me smile! My daughter collects fossils and has found some really great specimens lately...I'll share your post with her - she'll enjoy it too.

Carolyn @ Carolyn's Shade Gardens

No blooms here inside or outside (too much snow), but I enjoyed your interesting take on GBBD.

Janet/Plantaliscious

Those are rather wonderful! Extraordinary how much detail has been preserved.

noel

aloha,

that was cool, i enjoyed seeing this!

Nell Jean

Stone lilies! Great presentation.

andrea

amazing! i've never seen or heard of stone lilies before... will keep my eye open for them now. happy gbbd!

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