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what a beautiful bloom (and moon)
The moon is enchanting tonight... but the flower, as beautiful as it is, gives me the willies that its blooming now. I had a dandelion blooming last week... !
ronnie, these things sustain meand valerianna, it is weird, but these little guys will bloom in snow sometimes, if the ground is warm enough. i saw hawkweed today, too
Velma, Johnny Jump Ups have many tricks up their sleeves...to understand is the question.
Look at that beautiful, perfect flower with the just right complementary color in the middle to help the shades of violet glow!
henrietta, this little violet has others in the same bed, johnnys and viloas and sometimes they pop up and see the sun in november!diana, i love complements. and this violet will become something new very soon.
superb shots of the moon--i was hoping to get some myself but we're having snow flurries.
the shading is stunning, my moon is drifting in a sea of stormy clouds
ahhh violet scent! nice contrast that of the violet on the distressed surface.
lf, yay snow! jean, that shot is, can you believe it, the sun!neki, i didn't sniff the tiny thing, being so involved in it's visuals. silly me.
Ha-ha! Your moon is my moon. That makes us sisters.
moonsisters, i like it!
you can easily see which one is male and which female of the top 2 pics. i would call your flower a viola
yes, kaite, and it is a viola. but in researching the violet family i found there are many sizes among each subgroup. so i've taken to calling them violetes instead of violas because some folks think i mean the instrument viola.
To me, wild violets have the most intoxicating scent on this glorious earth! But, that is simply my personal preference. Lovely photo, Velma. Thanks for sharing.
bonnie, they taste good, too
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