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mblek:

Gene Mahon a London based bookbinder.

love this guy! yes this is what I do and what I love. books!!!!

Gorgeous.

Hemispheric Liverwort :: I spotted these Lilliputian wonders this morning at Ironstone Gully Falls in Gelorup, WA. I’m going out on a limb with the image title because I’m not 100% certain this is the correct classification. It’s definitely a liverwort and based on my initial searching I think it’s Reboulia hemisphaerica. If any of you lovely people (Clusterpod?) can confirm, deny, or correct that line of thinking, give a shout.
Hemispheric Liverwort :: I spotted these Lilliputian wonders this morning at Ironstone Gully Falls in Gelorup, WA. I’m going out on a limb with the image title because I’m not 100% certain this is the correct classification. It’s definitely a liverwort and based on my initial searching I think it’s Reboulia hemisphaerica. If any of you lovely people (Clusterpod?) can confirm, deny, or correct that line of thinking, give a shout.

Hemispheric Liverwort :: I spotted these Lilliputian wonders this morning at Ironstone Gully Falls in Gelorup, WA. I’m going out on a limb with the image title because I’m not 100% certain this is the correct classification. It’s definitely a liverwort and based on my initial searching I think it’s Reboulia hemisphaerica. If any of you lovely people (Clusterpod?) can confirm, deny, or correct that line of thinking, give a shout.

Wild Geranium :: Backlit hairs on stem and leaves of rose scented wild geranium [geranium pelargonium capitatum], Western Australia.
Since this marks post number 1,000 on the blog I’d like to take a moment to thank you all for following along. Thanks for your comments, your reblogs, messages, and for sharing your own work with the world. Although I’ve been less than timely with my responses to comments lately, please know I truly appreciate your kind words. You’re a great crowd!
Wild Geranium :: Backlit hairs on stem and leaves of rose scented wild geranium [geranium pelargonium capitatum], Western Australia.
Since this marks post number 1,000 on the blog I’d like to take a moment to thank you all for following along. Thanks for your comments, your reblogs, messages, and for sharing your own work with the world. Although I’ve been less than timely with my responses to comments lately, please know I truly appreciate your kind words. You’re a great crowd!

Wild Geranium :: Backlit hairs on stem and leaves of rose scented wild geranium [geranium pelargonium capitatum], Western Australia.

Since this marks post number 1,000 on the blog I’d like to take a moment to thank you all for following along. Thanks for your comments, your reblogs, messages, and for sharing your own work with the world. Although I’ve been less than timely with my responses to comments lately, please know I truly appreciate your kind words. You’re a great crowd!

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