May Flowers, Continued

Because my word brain is stuck in neutral today. So: Look! Flowers!

14 Comments on “May Flowers, Continued”

  1. Cat Amesbury – Cat Amesbury is determined to write contemporary adult fables that draw inspiration from Lewis Carroll, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, and Sun Tzu. She is also determined to have a hard time explaining her stories to other people. Cat has lived in both the small town and the big city, but knows that all the best mysteries are hidden where you least expect them. Her thoughts and stories are drawn from a lifetime of looking underneath the rocks and inside the trees rather than where she was actually going.
    Cat Amesbury

    Well, honestly, it would have taken some pretty good words to outdo the pictures. So you’ve probably come out net ahead here.

    On a plant-loveing note, everything’s better with Malus and Taraxacum.

  2. Cat Amesbury – Cat Amesbury is determined to write contemporary adult fables that draw inspiration from Lewis Carroll, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, and Sun Tzu. She is also determined to have a hard time explaining her stories to other people. Cat has lived in both the small town and the big city, but knows that all the best mysteries are hidden where you least expect them. Her thoughts and stories are drawn from a lifetime of looking underneath the rocks and inside the trees rather than where she was actually going.
    Cat Amesbury

    *That would be “loving” although any form of love applies here.

  3. You’ve already done “dark and sturmy night”, for various values of dark. Maybe something with a bright calm day?

  4. You probably get asked this lots but do you use a macro setting on your camera to get the images to come out that sharp?

  5. “…word brain is stuck…” I am guessing you blew a bearing with Snuffaluffphagy.

  6. I LOVE dandelions! Nobody seems to appreciate their beauty. Sure some people go on about eating the leaves or making wine, but I like the flower itself. Both forms.
    A field filled with them is beautiful-even if it is my lawn. And they let me know my favorite season, summer, is close.

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