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Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Wordless Wednesday



Chokecherry Blossoms

Columbine!

24 comments:

  1. Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful!

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  2. Dunno about CHOKE cherries, but they're beautiful.

    XXXOOO Bella Roxy & Dui

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  3. I've been loving the choke cherry too. No columbine so far though.

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  4. Lovely Shyla. Lovely flowers. I especially love columbine.

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  5. Shyla looks beautiful as always...the flowers aren't to shabby either!

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  6. Stunning! Just stunning!
    Nola

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  7. Oh Shyla, you have such a beautiful world to explore! All the flowers are showing off their beauty,, and as beautiful as they are,, you are beautiful too
    love
    tweedles

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  8. As I scrolled through the post, each picture became my new favorite! I love them all! :)

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  9. Every one, a true beauty in your world of Shyla, R, flowers and mountains. ( And Runner) Cheers,Jean

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  10. This time of year everything is perfect where you live...peaceful, colorful, rich with life.

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  11. We have chokeberries. They bloomed about a month ago!

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  12. Gorgeous. Can't get more peaceful than that
    Lily & Edward

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  13. You look gorgeous amongst the beautiful flowers, Shyla!

    Love ya lots♥
    Mitch and Molly

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  14. Boy, haven't the rains really brought the wildflowers on full force? Stunning photography, as always!

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  15. All I can think of is BEES! I'm glad you don't have the bee issues we do here so you can really enjoy those flowers. Most of our bees are the aggressive hybrids and they are the reason why I seldom grow flowers in my yard and why I keep vinegar in the pond! I do have sunflowers on occasion but I typically put them in the garden on the side of the house so even if the bees are buzzing around them - I can still go into the yard and not disrupt them and make them angry. You wouldn't like them when they are angry (hehehe).

    Gorgeous photos as always!

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  16. Beautiful shots!

    Your pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  17. All SO beautiful! Especially Shyla. :)
    KZK

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  18. you have very Beautiful spring flowers . Very nice colours!

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