Five Shots: The Year In Flowers

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Winter has put to rest the colors I took for granted late summer. O where are the velvety petals from spring?

Here are five shots from 2013.

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March daffodils

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July Sweet Pea

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The corner bed

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field of yellow

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after a July rain

Which one do you like best?

15 thoughts on “Five Shots: The Year In Flowers

  1. Stunning! Love each, but the last two are absolutely divine. We have sleet and freezing rain on the ground. I was so desperate for anything to snap, I cornered some weeds and made them pose pretty before the storm hit. No wonder I’m always sick lately.

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    1. Oh, you poor thing! Take care of yourself. Lately I’ve been buying flowers at the grocery store just to have color again to look at. Thanks for your comments! 🙂

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  2. That lily is utterly gorgeous!

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    1. Thanks, Abbi! It was surrounded by a 100 others when I took the shot. Not the lily means a lot today, when it’s frigid and dead outside.

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  3. July Sweet Pea
    Congrats!! You’ve been nominated (by me) for The Sunshine Award
    http://nononsensewithnuwansen.wordpress.com/2013/12/07/the-sunshine-award/

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    1. You are kind and I’m honored, Nuwansen! Your opinon is award enough for me! Happy you are a regular stopper 🙂

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      1. Glad to be a regular stopper. I genuinely like your blog the best.
        And you are ‘the’ most regular visitor to my blog too. Appreciate that a lot.

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  4. After a July rain would be my favorite.

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    1. Oh, thank you! It was a windy day and they swayed and “talked” to us. Blue/gold is a favorite color combo for me. 🙂

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  5. Boy these are all gorgeous Cindy! Tough to pick a favorite but I really love the The corner bed one.

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    1. Thanks, Ruth! I miss those amazing colors 🙂

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  6. Nice daffodil! I have several of those in my back yard that pop up on the 1st of every March, just like clockwork. Those and catnip are about the only plants I seem to have much luck with.

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    1. That burst of yellow after the monochromatic gray of winter always brightens my day 🙂

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