Coming, ready or not! (Macro Monday)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Burst of Blooms (Macro Monday)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Blossoms Blooming (Macro Monday)

These old fruit trees, even with its gnarly old branches, still had new blooms sprouting from them.

The color of these blossoms was simply exquisite. The contrast of the old with the new truly glorious.

 

 

 

 

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Bursting with Color (Macro Monday)

Growing up these flowers, the good ole’ pig-face, were some of the very first my mother planted in her garden of the home she’d had built. In absolutely no time there was so much color surrounding her new home on the east coast of Australia.

Imagine my surprise then when we were staying in southern Morocco and saw these colorful beauties growing abundantly in the fields. Of course I’ve since discovered these blooms are rather partial to growing in rocky, sandy conditions!

 

 

 

 

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Sunflower Freedom (Macro Monday)

This summer I’m toying with the idea of planting sunflowers in our yard. Just where in our yard I have no clue as technically we only have the one unsuitable flower bed.

As I look at this sunflower that was growing randomly in a field, it makes me wonder if I should simply sprinkle sunflower seeds across the backyard and let nature take care of the rest!

 

 

 

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Unlock your inner Unicorn! (OWPC – lock)

Don’t you just love this unicorn we picked up last month at the local Christmas Craft Fair? It is so, so cute. Every time I walk past our ornament tree I can’t help but smile at it.

Lock is the One Word Photo Challenge from Tourmaline this week.

 

 

 

 

Whoo whoo likes Christmas? (Macro Monday)

What’s not to love about this cute little owl nestled amongst the branches of our foyer Christmas tree, keeping his delicate glass self out of harms way?

At least one hopes this owl is out of harms way. With two cats that seem to digress to kitten mode whenever the temperatures begin dropping, it’s hard to know for certain!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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