Riddle (Mustaa ja valkoista 52)

December 13, 2010 - 00:34 | 6 replies


Many of my photos are kind of strange. They are close ups of something and often they look like the first photographic evidence of an alien invasion. Sometimes I don't even know myself what it is I've been trying to capture or what I've been thinking of taking the pic. Sometimes I do know what's going on.

In this case the alien invasion seems likely, though I'm pretty sure we don't have to be worried, since the subject of my photo didn't have much of intelligence. (I know some might argue with me about it's intelligence.) Besides I assume it was something from our own planet. It was, wasn't it?

More riddles at Mustaa ja valkoista.

6 replies for "Riddle (Mustaa ja valkoista 52)"

Comment »

pappilan mummo's picture

Puun runkoa, josta lähtevät oksat

arleena's picture

Aivan selvästi tässä kuoritaan jotain hedelmää.

Tinde's picture

Alligaattorihan se siinä, mutta vähän huonolla hapella.

Mervi's picture

Alligaattorihan se on tosiaan, niitä Pohjois-Savolaisia alligaattoreita nimittäin! Ja kieltämättä se oli aika heikossa hapessa. Väriltäänkin sellainen epämääräisen kellertävän vihreä.

Sen verran voin sanoa, että kasvikunnassa tässä mennään syvemmälle kuin puun runko tai hedelmä. Ainakin jos ei uskota siihen avaruusolioteoriaan. Tai Pohjois-Savolaiseen alligaattoriin.

tero's picture

kasvi sanoi kas vain ja kasvoi vain

Mervi's picture

Syvältä se kasvin kasvu alkaa, Tero.


Thank you for your reply! Please let me know if you have problems with the antispam system.
Kiitos vastauksestasi! Kerrothan minulle, jos roskaviestien eston kanssa tulee ongelmia.

Will not be published, sold or given to third parties.
Please include http:// (eg. http://mervi.helmikuu.net)
I reserve the right to restrict comments which do not contribute to the conversation, which contain profanity or personal attacks, or seek to promote unrelated business or scams.
  • Web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.
  • Allowed HTML tags: <a> <em> <strong> <cite> <code> <ul> <ol> <li> <dl> <dt> <dd>
  • Lines and paragraphs break automatically.
  • Email addresses will be obfuscated in the page source to reduce the chances of being harvested by spammers.
To prevent automated spam submissions leave this field empty.
By submitting this form, you accept the Mollom privacy policy.

Hello, my name is Mervi!

Mervi EmiliaI’m The Goddess of The Net, The Queen of The Penguins, geek, cat person, dreamer, awesome, always right and quite boring. This is the tasselflower blog about web design, social media, life, marketing and business. Have some tea!

Twitter Facebook Google+ Bloglovin Pinterest Instagram Flickr RSS

Search and find

tasselflower crafts on Etsy

Yearly archives