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Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Wordless Wednesdays; Dreaming of Spring

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  1. Dear Louise, Very interesting...It amazes me how such a beautiful flower comes from something that looks very strange and not appealing. I am not good with flowers, but is this a Poppy? Those I do love..I never had a green thumb, or any color thumb for flowers, gardening etc. I love them and enjoy looking at how lovely they are, but just never had any talent with flowers. I do really well with the silk ones, especially those I can't kill. Just have to dust them. I do give you and anyone who has that green thumb credit! I know with this winter everyone is looking forward to Spring. So thank you for giving us a little taste of what is to come..Love how you took the photo of the time laps from opening to blooming..Blessings, Dottie :).

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    1. Yes Dottie, it is an Oriental Poppy as opposed to a California Poppy. Both are lovely flowers. Now you see, I do horribly with silk flowers. I detest dusting, lol...So glad you enjoyed your visit:)

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  2. Oh how much I long for spring too! Hopefully in a month or so we will see it here!

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  3. Its always a pleasure reading your post..I feel so fresh looking at these flowers..

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    1. U'm deleted you enjoyed you visit, Gloria...Drop by anytime:)

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  4. Tell me about it! Here has been raining for months now. The soil is soaked. Just lots of rain here so far but not too cold... still some sunshine would be soooo good! XX

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    1. Sending sunshine your way, Alida. It may be freezing out but we have been very fortunate to have the beautiful Sun!

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    1. Awe, gee, Mae, thank you for noticing:)

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  6. I actually prefer cool weather to warm, but it's been cold and snowy enough this year that I'm starting to look for spring. Lovely photos -- thanks.

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    1. I enjoy all the seasons we have here in PA, John but this year, Winter feels especially long...

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  7. Hi Louise , just gorgeous , just looking at this wonderful post , it needs no words .
    What they say ... a picture is worth a thousand words and my dear you said it all , thanks for sharing . :)

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    1. Awe gee, thank you Nee...It was certainly a fun post although, I was worried about get the sequence right. I took these this past Summer which right now sounds like long ago:)

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  8. Lovely. Almost painfully so, at the moment!

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    1. Hang on Inger...Spring will soon be here:)

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  9. Dear Louise, That sunny day sure looks good to me. Blessings dear. Catherine xo

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    1. Thank you Catherine...Sending sunshine your way:)

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  10. Love Poppies♥️
    Had some......they disappeared...perhaps I should plant another...
    Can you remind me, ~~Louise~~?
    Thanks....

    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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    1. Yes you should Linda. I will remind you in March. I just made a note of it!!!

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  11. I think we're all dreaming of spring! Keep warm, my friend!

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  12. Oh, breatakingly beautiful! I love poppies.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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    1. Thank you so much Rosa. Your encouraging words mean so much to me:)

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  13. These photos are simply beautiful! I would say I was dreaming of spring but it is over 30 degrees C everyday here and I need winter :P

    Cheers
    CCU

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    1. Pretty soon the chill will be headed your way, Uru and we will be warming up!

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  14. Preciosas fotos del nacimiento de 1 amapola.
    Un saludito

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  15. Hi Louise, very gorgeous and impressive pictures. I'm admiring each and everyone of the excellent pictures. Keep up the good job. 2 thumbs up for you. Best regards.

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  16. hi louise, am still taking a break and getting a little lazy. It sure brings joy and some excitement seeing how the flower opens up, right? how long did it take for it to open up from bud stage?

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  17. Fotos espectaculares mi querida Louise tengo de las dobles y de tres colores en mi jardìn ,la secuencia es increìble del nacimiento es usted un genio ,yo cosecho semillas de mis propias amapolas.. Tambien la invito a mi otro blog a conocer Chile en fotos busca en el fondo de mi blog,abrazos fuertes.

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Through this wide opened gate,
none came too early,
none returned too late.

Thanks for dropping in...Louise

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