This photo was taken yesterday after a quiet afternoon rain. It left the flowers crisp with freshness and shining beautifully in the sun. It's no wonder why I love to be outside after a rain. :)
Now that is a very beautiful photo!:)
In just seeing the picture of the purple Iris brought the memories and joy I had when I was a child in Nashville, Tennessee. My mother planted purple Iris next the copin in the front yard. They were beautiful and now at the good old age of 79 years I still have these memories so clear in my mind. Even the fragrance they wafted in the early evening. I can remember my darling" POP" when he would walk up our backyard to come into our kitchen every spring and ask my Mother-"with the green thumb", "Doris, what is it this year? Moving the dirt from the front yard or to the back.? She could touch a plant and it seemed to grow into something beautiful. She was an artist and sculptor and her work brought beauty into my life. Ann Crossfiled Donoghue-Davenport , Floria
Love irises. Your picture is really nice. Not sure an iris would be happy in Florida.
Just wanted to let you know I like your journal and plan to come back and visit. We have a lot in common. I like to read and hike...but I only have one child...unless you count Hubby...he makes 2! LOL!Sonya
this is beautiful, I saw so many beautiful flowers this weekend myself, but didn't take out the time like I wanted to stop and smell the flowers. I was a speedy gonzalas all weekend it felt like. Trying to do as much as I could. I still feel like I'm going fast.Derekhttp://journals.aol.com/deveil/CelebrationofMyExhistance/
Your photos are beautiful.....
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