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PhotoHunt: Wrinkled


swiss chard
Wrinkly Swiss Chard

This week's PhotoHunt theme is wrinkled. I only have to go as far as my back yard to find a wide variety of examples of wrinkled. Leaves come in a variety of wrinkled textures. The best one right now is the Swiss chard growing in my vegetable garden.

Another great example are the variety of hosta leaves. Here is a sample from the Hosta "Patriot".


Comments (13)

Oh... nice!! I love the detail you've captured. What beautiful wrinkles!

Great photos for this week's theme Marta. :) Looks like you are enjoying your vegetable garden. :)

my, that's truly wrink-ly!

Awesome wrinkled pics! I have a few of the Patriot Hostas, but I have never heard of the Swiss Chard.


Great photos - that swiss chard will be delicious!

Very nice! Swiss chard is such a beautiful plant. And I love that hosta too. Hope you're having a great weekend!

Wonderful wrinkly foliage. Yum on the Swiss chard!

I LOVE your choice! The swiss chard is soooo wrinkly and beautiful too!!

I don't think I have heard of hosta leaves before, although they remind me a little bit of some of the leaves here in Hawaii


wow those plants are totally wrinkled! happy photo hunting!

GREAT shots! Nature provides "wrinkles" all around us, doesn't she, particularly in the garden? Hope you will come visit my site and see what I put up.

Kim [TypeKey Profile Page]:

Marta, that was very clever! I've had so much swiss chard this summer, I'm bummed I didn't think of it.

Good thinking!

I played too :)

Kathy (Trekcapri):

Hi Marta, cool theme photos! Great wrinkle details on your Swiss Chard.

Have a great Sunday!

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