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Messanger of Minish woods. by HarvestPicori Messanger of Minish woods. by HarvestPicori
Okay I really hate when I save, and I forgot that I spelled Nature as ru insted!
But Thanks to Paul S. Atkinson " ~revack " I used the no flash option, Flower option and verticle zoom of my sisters Kodak camra, and a great many photographs came out sooooo Beautiful. A nice plus side is I never scared away my subjects ether, so I took enough pictures to get the perfict crispness and motion sensitivity. Only problem is that the clover patch is full of bumble bees, GREAT race to get the hell outa there after five pictures...

One legend that still stands in my mind is from the game " Legend of Zelda: Minish cap" These little people called the Picori " true name is Minish" Live in the forests of hyrule, they are as small as a section of your thumb and have three feather like tails, their beety little eyes are held by a round pear shaped face and leafs are a fabric of clothing. One rose leaf makes for a fashionable umbrella! But only the young children or the truly honest at heart can see these minish. And the first place Link finds the minish is where?


So this clover patch has been lovingly called " Minish woods" all season long, and though my mom cuts it, it keeps comming back. For this reason and the fact a strange whisper comes out when I draw near it from time to time, I can't help but wonder if this game fable is true.. After all , fairys and pixies are around, whats to stop Wingless Pixies? AKA the Minish.

My name " Harvest Picori" Came from this fable for I am only so tall, the bigest ruler even measures me out to only 4'7" and a normal ruler makes me 4'5". I also love clovers.
With this picture I know their likely real and this female butterfly must be a way of transport.

Comments, Crits, Redlines and Tips are more then welcome! Thank you so much for your help Paul ^^. I'll be posting alot more of these as soon as I frame them.
Dog-master Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2007
...*wonders how to redline a photograph* *brick'd for insolence*

Daangit, that's so good. How you can get that close or find a butterfly like that will keep me up all night.
Dragonite1 Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2007
You have a great photographic talent as well :3 lovely picture
revack Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
Beautiful shot. Great timing to catch this one so well. Really nice contrast of moth against colorful flower.
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