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Wordless Wednesday: The Day of the Triffids

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29 comments on “Wordless Wednesday: The Day of the Triffids

  1. “The Day of the Triffids is a post-apocalyptic novel published in 1951 by the English science fiction author John Wyndham Parkes Lucas Beynon Harris, under the pen-name John Wyndham..”
    had to look that one up.
    caite@a lovely shore breeze recently posted..Wordless Wednesday…Cruising The Greek IslesMy Profile

  2. I have never seen Triffids before only on Doctor Who lol

    Have a great WW!
    stevebethere recently posted..Wordless Wednesday – Clickety ClickMy Profile

  3. So delighted to meet the Triffids! They are quite colorful!
    Donna Catterick recently posted..Wordless Wednesday โ€“ Old TruckMy Profile

  4. l this is the result of planting salad leaves and then the sun and rain combining with an absence, resulting in a mahoosive growth spurt!
    Mahala recently posted..Making my PointMy Profile

  5. Wow, hope you like Salad!

  6. Wow, the triffids look ver good!
    Verena recently posted..Wordless/Wordful Wednesday: Beautiful Moments…My Profile

  7. They don’t look fictional to me
    Joyce recently posted..Wordless Wednesday: DariaMy Profile

  8. Love the contrast!!

    My Organized Chaos
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  9. I’m going to have to look this up to learn more. First I’ve heard of this.

    Have a terrific WW. ๐Ÿ™‚
    Comedy Plus recently posted..Wordless WednesdayMy Profile

  10. That’s Awesome!!
    Shanna Bailes recently posted..Wordless Wednesday: Caylee Marie AnthonyMy Profile

  11. Those are pretty interesting and pretty plants!
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  12. First time I’ve seen a triffid. TFS!

    My entry is here.
    Simply Delicious recently posted..WW – Cheesecake BrownieMy Profile

  13. pardon my ignorance but are they eatable? sure looks yummy!
    Ash’s Mum recently posted..WW: My Second Birthday CakeMy Profile

  14. Ahhhh…. Lettuce thats gone to seed (head)… Never mind, another crop perhaps??

    Mines up as well at AussiePomm – Sharp

    Have a great WW!!
    AussiePomm recently posted..WW No. 51 – SharpMy Profile

  15. Are they salad leaves? Like lettuce?
    Good Girl Gone Green recently posted..Wordless โ€œBirdโ€ WednesdayMy Profile

  16. Interesting plants.. haven’t seen them being planted before.
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  17. I haven’t seen triffids before but they look delicious! ๐Ÿ˜€
    Happy WW!

    Mariposa’s WW!
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  18. Ha!! Love the title!
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  19. I’ve never seen triffids.. But I love the colors and they seem to be quite healthy ๐Ÿ™‚

  20. They are pretty!
    Lori recently posted..Word(ish) Wednesday with LinkyMy Profile

  21. Wow, that’s a lot of salad! A lot of very beautiful salad, actually!
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  22. Harriet on said:

    Wow- they look great!

    Have a great day!
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  23. If the triffids are no longer eatable, they are getting their long-awaited revenge! lol! Happy Wednesday. Thank you for linking up at my blog.
    Kristi – Moms Own Words recently posted..Wordless Wednesday Owl CakeMy Profile

  24. Those are really NEAT!! Thanks for coming and linking up!!

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  25. I had to look up triffids – Now I love the title for the photos. Sorry so late – I was away for a week.

  26. Brittany Obrien on said:

    Are they salad leaves? A lot of very beautiful salad, actually! So delighted to meet the Triffids! havenโ€™t seen them being planted before.
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