Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Sally forth into S

S is for silk, corn silk. I suspect my silliness with the letter S for today's ABC Wednesday is getting a bit corny. Sorry if this stretches your patience. But come, take up your staff and let us sally forth up into the Jerusalem and Jerusalem Hills worlds of S .





Many other bloggers are contributing mercifully shorter S posts today. See them at Mrs. Nesbitt's place.

13 comments:

reader Wil said...

The surroundings of Jerusalem must be very beautiful! The letter S might be difficult but what do you think of X!
You asked for my e-mail, but how can I best send it to you?

Liz said...

Okay, you win! There are more Ss here than you could shake a sausage at!

But what an interesting glimpse of life in Jerusalem.

Ida said...

A nice walk in the hills of Jerusalem. :)
Thank`s for taking me along with you.

John said...

What a great compilation of S photos here, Dina.

andrée said...

Cornsilk! I took photos of corn in a field last autumn and was amazed at how fascinating those plants are. Of course, I have also just finished Omnivore's Dilemma and dismayed by what has been done to corn and its use now. Great posts as always.

The D in D & T said...

your second photo is stunning. i love the choice it represents. beautiful.

Musings said...

This is quite an accomplishment, Dina! That's a whole lot of SSSSs.

Powell River Books said...

That corn looks so fresh and sweet. Is it in your garden? I have a small garden, so I can't grow corn of my own even through I love to eat it. I invite you to come see my stump pictures. Click on gardening in my category list and you can see my floating garden. - Margy

Rambling Round said...

That corn looks ready to eat and so good!

Petunia said...

You really got a lot of nice S words and pics here:)
Well done!

Andrea said...

Your "S" post is very clever and witty. I really like it. Brought a smile to my face.....corny or not. ;)

Tipper said...

Very beautiful, very interesting pictures.

Dragonstar said...

A long page of S posts, and all of them so interesting. Impossible to comment on each, so I'll just thank you here for all the fascinating information.