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Wednesday, March 13, 2013

An Almost Wordless Wednesday!


 All Hail The Sunshine

I hope your day is filled with sunshine and joy.
xoxogail

Gail Eichelberger is a gardener and therapist in Middle Tennessee. She loves wildflowers and native plants and thoroughly enjoys writing about the ones she grows at Clay and Limestone. She reminds all that the words and images are the property of the author and cannot be used without written permission.

17 comments:

  1. It is snowing here this morning. UGH... come on sunshine... come on spring... Love seeing this shot of color.

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  2. Lovely, Gail and so appropriate. We do love the sun!
    xoxoxo
    Frances

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  3. Ahhhh, bathed in purple light. Hailey's favorite and one of mine as well. Thank you.

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  4. Hi Gail, it's been an ugly winter here. What I wouldn't give for one lovely patch of color in my yard. Those petals are so pretty with the sun shining thru. When I lived in Tennessee and Alabama, I so loved the long, long springs.

    Gail, it's been so long since I blogged, I've forgotten how. I found a couple hundred spans in my comments and cannot remember how to set comments to prevent that. Will you email me if and when you have a spare minute so I can pick you brain about spam filters. mhughes47@att.net

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  5. Lovely! I'm enjoying my Tommies too. Have a wonderful week.

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  6. Crocuses in the oblique light...ah, lovely! Thanks for sharing!

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  7. What a beautiful photo. The crocuses are lifting their praises heavenward. Spring is almost here.

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  8. One of my favorite pictures is crocus lit up by the sun....your Tommies are lovely. We had crocus but they are curled up tight as we just got more snow...sigh

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  9. Are those Tommies? They look like a deeper purple. You must have really got down amongst the flowers to get that angle.

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  10. I love how the sun shines through giving the crocus such a fragile look, it is really beautiful.

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  11. I have tulips on my windowsill but no fleurs outside.

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  12. Like a cathedral's stained glass they are.

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  13. They do look like worshipers raising their hands and praising God. Lovely!
    Lea
    Lea's Menagerie

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  14. Beautiful shot of that first spring blossom!

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  15. So nice to see the teeny purple blossoms up close and personal. I'm hoping mine will have their teeth together as the next winter storm marches across Lake Ontario. Off to the basement and my light table - I simply refuse to look out the window.
    Barbarapc

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Let us be grateful to people who make us happy;
they are the charming gardeners
who make our souls blossom.


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