Grandma always said crazy is as crazy does.
A unknown flower in my neighbor Joyce's yard.
Beautiful pictures, Andrew. In reference to your last entry, I believe that your words are very poetic. You may not think so because everyone is their own worst critic, but just imagine how many people read your blog everyday and then keep coming back. They must be inspired by something :)Be well
WOW!! I like that you have three pictures..naturally the mom in me took over and I'm thinking that the flower in joyce's yard most is Jackson, The leaves in your back yard are most like Sullivan as he is just needing a gathering being so darned tired..and the summers hydrangea are bens..so anxious to bloom and unaware of the dangers around the corner being a little one year old.Great pictures!!!And your comment over in my world,had ME LAUGHING today!!I needed it, so thank you!! :) Always,Crusty~
Wow!I'd love to see more pictures of Maggie, too. (I'm a big dog lover.)
i think the one from joyce's yard is a camelia. not positive but it sure looks like ones i have seen around these parts.
you are not only a good writer but a good photographer^^
Man, you have so much talent!! Beautiful photos. And you are so sweet to worry about commenting on all the blogs. Peace,Lena
Great pictures! It looks so warm and bright there. Its very cloudy and blah here today.
definitely a camellia. You can tell by the stamen (yellow pollen thingies) and the leaf shape and edge. Just so you know, you shouldn't pick one by cutting off a long stem, try to cut them as close to the flower as you can because they grow so slowly.
Preciosas, son muy bellas!!!!Mis cuentos, fotos, recuerdos...
Glad you're enjoying the long-awaited camera!!! :D Great photos!
Happy Tuesday!!Check your email for me!!Always,CrustyHappy evening. :)
I believe the pink flower is a wild rose. are there hips on branches??
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