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Love the title, explains all
Although it could refer to me being tired of winter, which I am just a bit as long as it’s not going to snow anymore, it also refers to the dead plants hanging around from last fall, plants that are beautiful even though dead. Glad you enjoyed the title. I do try to have good titles.
Thanks for sharing a smile this morning.
Good morning, Sherry, and thanks.
too much weed(s)?
What is this weed obsession, Randy? 🙂 I don’t consider this a weed, as it’s not trying to grow in our yard, but is, rather, quite at home in the park.
it’s park weed(s)?
And what obsession are you referring to?
And are you paranoid? We all know about that patch growing in the backyard…
You wrote about weed(s) yesterday and today it’s hangovers…
What’s tomorrow: gallons of water and aspirins? A discussion of politically correct munchies? How to call off fro
I can’t wait to see what the topic will be for tomorrow.
Thursday Doors. No weed(s).
I have never experienced other hangovers…
Oh. I really like this one!!
Good morning, Julie, and thanks. I have some other shots of it as well. It stopped me in my tracks for a bit!
Great composition and clarity. I like this very much, Janet.
Good morning, Izzy, and thanks for stopping by this morning. The way the wind’s blowing here, you maybe have just gone by the window and I missed you. 🙂 Glad you liked the photo. I like it a lot, too.
LOL … gosh … we have lovely breezy 72 degrees today. I’m addicted to how wonderful it feels. I’ll send some sunshine your way. 🌝
It’s sunny now, Izzy, so thanks! But the wind is still fierce. Just relaxing, reading, and drinking tea. 🙂
I’ll join you in a cup of Bengal Spice. : – )
I love the detail you can see in this shot
Beautiful! Love the texture and details of this one. 🙂
Happy Wednesday, Amy. Glad you like the photo. I love that it’s naturally monotone, too. 🙂 The beauty of winter.
Yep, definitely looks like it’s had enough of winter. 🙂
Yet, like an older woman who was beautiful when young, it still has good lines and is eye-catching.
Thanks for dropping in (and following). I’m glad you enjoyed the photo.
Many thanks, Raewyn. Looking forward to the green and the flowers, but still enjoying this type of beauty as well.
Great image and perfect title!
Thanks to both. I do strive for good titles (and photos too, of course.)
I feel sorry for the flower and I don’t think I’m nuts! I find it sad when something dies – even flowers. I know it’s life’s cycle and we too, must move on, but remembering how beautiful that would have been in its glory, I do find it sad. Well caught Janet and thank you for sharing it!
That’s how I feel near the end of winter, too. 😉
🙂 There’s hope, Patti. Here, the grass is getting green and the spring flowers, although not flowering yet, are well out of the ground and growing like mad. Can’t wait until they actually flower!!
Lovely sepia tones make it look so subdued
Pauline, I like that the sepia is natural. Most of the plants in the park right now are still sepia, leftovers from fall/winter. But the number of small green plants are increasing!!
Life goes on Janet
Great composition and color, Janet.
The title makes me chuckle:) But I love this image – so true to life!
Some people have feeling that winter’s been hanging on too long and the plant is hanging on from winter, so you can take it either way.
Yeah, I got it:) Hope for the Northerners they’ll see the snow disappearing soon!
I didn’t mean to imply you didn’t get it. 🙂
Very nice. Though I too am already tired of winter.
Looking back, I think the title may have been meant to indicate that the plant was still hanging in there from winter. 🙂 This year, the Chicago area is having some actual winter weather now with snow and bitter cold. I’m OK with that, at least for now.
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