Pincushions by the glass

I found a single head of a 'Pincushion' protea flower (Leucospermum cordifolium) broken off from it's stem. It's now sitting pretty in a wine glass on our kitchen windowsill.
looks beautiful
posted November 7th, 2011  
Pretty!
posted November 7th, 2011  
That's a crazy cuppa.
posted November 7th, 2011  
beautiful image..fav
posted November 7th, 2011  
I´ve never seen anything like it :-)
posted November 7th, 2011  
it really is cool, but it gives me the creeps. awesome composition and focus.
posted November 7th, 2011  
@csimmons Will it help you see what the flower looks like in it's natural state? Have a look at Henriette's beauty: http://365project.org/hinhoutbay/365/2011-11-05
posted November 7th, 2011  
very pretty, nicely presented
posted November 7th, 2011  
@eleanor ...yes, in fact, it did help to see the other photo. Lovely flower... creepy shot. :)
posted November 7th, 2011  
nice shot
posted November 7th, 2011  
What a unique flower and a great shot.
posted November 7th, 2011  
gorgeous!!!
posted November 7th, 2011  
awesome shot!
posted November 8th, 2011  
Fantastic,great capture
posted November 8th, 2011  
i have never seen this before---so pretty and unique
posted November 8th, 2011  
What a beautiful picture that makes!
posted November 8th, 2011  
I like that idea a lot !
posted November 8th, 2011  
It looks gorgeous in the glass. How long did it survive in the water? i usually see these as dried flowers.
posted November 9th, 2011  
Great decor - very mod :) Glad you didn't just pop it in the trash.
posted November 13th, 2011  
stunning!
posted November 15th, 2011  
@cmt2812 Finally today (21 Nov) it's looking too tired and I've tossed it out - so it lasted two weeks. I did have to change the water every day, though.
posted November 21st, 2011  
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