Photos, always...and coffee forever
nature is so full of love, beauty...thats what you meant, no? :)Beautiful photo, Lorraine :)love, dev
No the picture speaks more -- I got it :)dev
all the different stages we find ourselves on display for us to admire. i find my flower a little here there and everywhere today.
The little one reminds me of a little girl with her hands covering her face! Peek-a -boo!
Your photos remind me that summer is still here. It's been so cool in Illinois, not that I'm complaining, mind you, that it almost feels like fall. I'd be more upset if I had easy access to a beach, but as it is I'm enjoying being outside without sweating to death. Such as your flowers enjoy the breeze.
As is life. Good one Lorraine:)
Yes to both your comments sweetie, thanks Dev :)I like that Brian, thanks a lot ;)That's so sweet Kathy lol thanks sweety :)Hey Dolce, well I'm very very close to the beach but with the construction not only barring access (although I can sneak in) and the interminable noise, it's not that appealing either in fact after a while in the mornin I close all windows, put the air conditionner on and look at DVD, makes the noise more bearable :)Thanks very much oh Wise Cindy B ;)
Petals up, petals down, petals all around. Its great that these blossoms are free to -stetch their wings- as they wish. _If WE were all the same... how dreary life would be._Lovit Lorraine! _m
Reminds me of an old movie and a song"Please,Please don't eat the daisies;don't eat the daisies; Please,Please ....."much lovegillena
When I see these, I think of my mother. She loved them. There were lots of stuff in our house that had them on them. Thanks. :)
Cette photo me rappelle ma jeunesse! Je t'aime, un peu, beaucoup, à la folie, pas du tout...
Those petals are so white they look painted over!
And I love your joyful comment _m "_Gillena, never heard of it, but I like it :)My pleasure Andrew, I'm glad it brought back good memories, my mom's name was Marguerite, which is French for Daisy :)LOL Richard merci pour cette mémoire oubliée No process done here Maxine, they are naturally bright ;) thans a lot!
Vivid and poignant.. emanates a sense of an all-pervading being..
still wonderful comments, aren't you tired yet lol what can I say but that it's deeply appreciated
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