Only The Good – Seed Head

Seed Head

I took this photo of a passion flower seed head in my grandparents’ garden.  I love how it looks so fragile, and yet this belies its hardiness.  I’ve posted this photo as part of the Only The Good project, so tell me, what good can you see in this photo?

The Only The Good project is to get people to look at the world in a different way, to acknowledge–if only for the brief time they do this exercise–that there is good in everything and everyone…to briefly change shadow to light.”

If you would like to take part, you can either leave a comment on this post which focuses on ‘only the good’ that you can see in the photo. If you have a blog and would like to participate you can

“Post an original photograph that may at first seem rather ordinary–a photo in which the good isn’t immediately obvious–and invite people to comment. A brief explanation of the photo’s subject, where it was taken, etc. may be provided. I urge you to use only original photographs so that copyright infringement is not an issue.”

Please visit the other participants! Tumbled Words, Soliloquy, Inside Mo’s Mind, This Eclectic Life, Life in Westcliffe, Miscellaneous Matters.


September 26, 2007. Environment.


  1. mo replied:

    It makes me wanna touch it! It looks both soft & “crunchy” at the same time….

    great autumn-like photo to get in the mood for the new season, thanks for sharin’ it!

  2. amypalko replied:

    Thanks, Mo! Your description of its texture is just perfect – that’s exactly what it feels like. Crunchy and soft at the same time. Autumn brings such wonders, doesn’t it?

  3. Nancy Bond replied:

    This is a wonderful picture! It speaks of the winding down of summer, and yet there is still a beautiful, warm light in the background, as if something special waits just around the corner. 🙂 The detail is fabulous.

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