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May
15

flamboyant & loss

flamboyant beauty
lifting the spirits to see
counters the darkness

roses, flamboyant, garden, Portland, SwittersB

Sincere remembrances on Memorial Day weekend.

21
May
15

Long stemmed….

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20
May
15

Color Spectrum

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Oregon Trout, Caught/Released

20
May
15

Folly & Delight

“Gardening is ultimately a folly whose goal is to provide delight.” Deborah Needleman

Dahlias-SwittersB

20
May
15

Old ways…

saying hello then

a distant world it now seems

tell me to my face

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19
May
15

Hidden Beauty…

holding back behind

subtle, shy, and withdrawn

beautiful as any

pink rose, hidden beauty, photo, garden, SwittersB

19
May
15

Life is not a game of chance…..

in control of life

or spinning the wheel of chance

start loving you, breathe

spinning wheel, chance, game, life, photo, SwittersB




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