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So . . . Flowers . . .
I’ve been remiss on photographing flowers . . . well, I’ve photographed a few, I just haven’t shared them. I’m remedying the matter with this post.
I like geraniums . . . can’t explain why for sure, but it’s likely the buds . . .
I like Stella D’Oro flowers, but they require more maintenance than I like.
Apparently, these next roses were planted because deer don’t eat them (I assume, then, deer eat regular roses . . . who knew!?)
I really like these next flowers because they just keep flowering. Orange is also a favorite for these flowers.
This next photo is not of a flower . . .
That’s a tiny fly (the orange bits are Cheerios crumbs) that landed in my empty breakfast bowl (I ate the cereal outside).
But, geraniums keep drawing me back . . .
Even when they have some friends with them . . .
I’m writing this late on Thursday (yesterday) and planning on scheduling for the post to go live tomorrow (today) because we have a full day and I’m not likely to be near a PC tomorrow (today).
If that’s confusing, here’s a joke or two to divert your mind and perhaps realign on the straight and narrow . . .
Here’s one showing what 2020 feels like so far . . .
The photos can be seen full-size in the SmugMug Gallery HERE.<<<This is a link
Meanwhile, a small gallery of the above:
Look, I know I’ve gone away from doing long posts . . . but, if you really miss them, there are many you can go back and revisit. THIS POST from 2016, for example.
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