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5 Responses to Untitled Post 00045

  1. oneowner says:

    It’s snowing here. Please tell me these aren’t recent!

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    • disperser says:

      Wait a second! . . . you mean you would not wish such good weather on me?!

      . . . alas, these are from the summer of 2008 . . . we do have a partly sunny day, but, much to your apparent satisfaction, snow is headed our way,

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  2. sandra getgood says:

    The colors in these photographs are stunning! The poppies look like a magazine cover…. gorgeous! And we have bees in our garden in the summer, but I never saw one that closely, and in that much detail. Wonderful way to celebrate the arrival of Spring, even if we do have a few mounds of snow left in our yard!

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    • disperser says:

      Thank you Sandy.

      I started the Untitled Series because I have lots of photos from the years before I had a blog, and while I go back and do posts for trips or other larger shoots, many individual photos languish.

      I was going to do individual posts of each (four of the poppies, four of the bees, etc), but decided to mix them. There is one more post with the same subjects, and it’ll include what I think it’s the best of the poppies photos.

      The poppies were all shot at a Mom & Pop nursery in town, and sadly, it closed a few years later. The owner were old, and the work involved in managing it just got to be too much. She tended the flowers, and he did repairs on engines and maintained the greenhouses; very nice people.

      I’m not sure if they moved; the nursery, greenhouses, and what was a beautiful garden now sit in disrepair.

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  3. AnnMarie says:

    All the photos are wonderful but the first one is an attention getter! Totally agree that the added element of the white picket fence elevates it to magazine cover status!

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