Photos, always...and coffee forever
wonder the story behind this one...seems to imply a fall from great height...
Very pretty words, with kind of mysterious meaning. Nice photo. I love the background being dark. I missed your post from yesterday. Busy shopping all day. That was a beautiful pic of you and your son. I love the words to go with it. I have a 25 yr old daughter and a 21 yr old daughter. That time went by so fast! The love with have for our kids is just indescribable. Lorraine you are so beautiful:)
Beautiful photo Lorraine and words - mysterious as Cindy too says:)love, dev
Lorraine, I love all the different stages of the flower here. Not bloomed, full, withered. Great image.
Falling from the sky is pretty huge Brian lol thanks always ;)2 girls , I only had the 1 boy, can't imagine all that girly stuff around lol thanks very much for the compliment but I assure you that I looked good until about I'd say 42...it's been downhill since and I mean down...lolDev, that's because my visitors understand so, so well ;)Thanks so much Ken :)
haha, loved the way you said, Lorraine :))dev
Great picture! I like the background very much, looks like a mixture of straw and mulch. It gives new layer to the glooming white and green.Best wishesRalf
Fragrant stars. Lovely image. Do you know what kind of flower this is? I mean, "star plant."
I had to click on the photo to make it larger so that I could read the words. What a surprise. Both picture and words are startling beautiful in magnification.I had to laugh at your comment to Cindy about "girly things." I had a girl and I missed out on that. Rachael was and, in a sense, forever is a tomboy.
Thanks a lot Dev, I'm glad you appreciated it ;)Thanks very much Ralf for your beautiful comment :)Hey Lynne, Star Plant should do it...no idea really ;)Hi Arlene, thanks so much for your poetic comment some girls are some girly and others, less so :) I was neither girly nor tomboy, more bookish and quietly tending to my dools lol
A beautiful composition that is hauntingly intriguing.. and I see a striking connection between the whiteness of the moon and the flowers that lie...
so lovely what you say TDL, thank you again and again :)
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