Weekly Theme Spring has Sprung

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    Nice shot, shootr. Two beautiful flowers symbolizing Spring.
    I only went out for a walk and finally decided to stay out till sundown; for going out, I found, was really going in. - John Muir

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    The Rock Chucks are out sunning themselves:



    And the Redwing Blackbirds are back:

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    Quote Originally Posted by willard3 View Post
    >>>Darned if I can remember what this is called, now. It's a tulip something or other.

    Tis' called a magnolia
    Ah, thank you!

    Let me tell you how good I am with flowers. Years ago my wife sent off for some bulbs (I think they were gladioli). She asked me to plant them for her. It was two days before she saw what I had done... planted every one of them upside down. After she finished laughing, she turned them all up the right way, but every one of them died.
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    Just under the wire on this one...


    Spring Has Sprung by ChicagoJohn, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by John B. View Post
    Ah, thank you!

    Let me tell you how good I am with flowers. Years ago my wife sent off for some bulbs (I think they were gladioli). She asked me to plant them for her. It was two days before she saw what I had done... planted every one of them upside down. After she finished laughing, she turned them all up the right way, but every one of them died.
    That is actually a parable, John B.
    As much as I like your photography,
    I like your writing even better.

    So glad you are a part of the forum.
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    Oh, dear. You sprung that one on us, John! Sprung? Sprang? Whatever! Nice modern art photo, though.

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    Wonderful to see all the colour that spring brings after the dark drab winter - great stuff everyone.

    This theme isd now closed.


 
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