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 5th year Pic 158 - 23-Apr-2014.   Cheeky!   - Worli Koliwada      Worli Koliwada info   Critiques welcome!
04-23-2014 - Cactus, Peruvian Torch          Link to Photo Without Frame
4/23/14 - Cactus in bloom  Thanks for your comments on my shot taken during the 4th street fair in Tucson.
Backyard Cherry Blossoms
4-23-14
April 23, 2014 The colors and light on this maple branch caught my eye.  These gorgeous trees add so much beauty to a yard and garden.  Thank you for your very kind comments on yesterdays maple seed, always appreciated.     One day closer to the weekend and more prom photo booth events. I am very grateful that I am staying busy but will be equally grateful when prom season is over.  Getting home in the early morning hours two  nights in a row makes for a rough weekend and Monday.  I remember a day when being out late all weekend never phased me. My how things change ;-)  Jeanne
Pa-O woman caring for a baby at the market, Inle Lake, Myanmar  Other photos from the market can be seen here: http://goo.gl/yIDwzA  23/04/14 www.allenfotowild.com
Sandhill Cranes
Wednesday, April 23, 2014  "SPRING FEVER"  “It's spring fever. That is what the name of it is. And when you've got it, you want—oh, you don't quite know what it is you do want, but it just fairly makes your heart ache, you want it so!” ~ Mark Twain  SOOC, uncropped, flash fired  Thanks for your comments on my "Pretty, Poised, and Pink Azaleas" photo yesterday; it ranked #2 for the day.  After photographing Classy Sassy (the duck), in her Easter garb, I decided to tour another nearby neighborhood for photo ops.  I spotted this tree and the surrounding flora and loved the setting. It was such a beautiful day. I spy the letter "O." Do you?  Have a wonderful Wednesday!  (photo taken 4/19/2014)  My Homepage: http://www.Godschild.smugmug.com
Old Sandwich Road Plymouth, Ma
2014-04-23. The Lookout.  Thank you for your views/comments yesterday and the wonderful welcome back.
These people were having such fun with their new fishing gear! 23/04/2014
Not as showy as Texas bluebonnets, but still beloved signposts of spring.  Both of these flowers naturalize like crazy, and can be found in great drifts and patches in shady places, especially in locations that don't get mowed.    DP113-2014  Posted April 23; processed April 22    There are two common six-petaled blue-violet spring bulbs that I see each year.  One has curly petals, faces upward, and has a bold white center.  The other is nodding - the blossoms face downward, or at best sideways.  They have smooth shiny petals of a bluer shade.  I'm 100% sure the latter are a member of the Scilla genus that bears the common name 'Siberian Squill'.  I'm not even sure the former belong to the Scilla genus, though I tend to think so.    Taken April 21 (Ann Arbor)  (Title:  Face Up - Face Down.  Both Scillas?)    Thanks to all who gave my simple daffodil shot such a warm reception yesterday.
Thank you so much for your many wonderful comments on my poppy  shot yesterday, You really made my day!    For this Tulip picture I used PSE to create a slight watercolor effect which also added a bit of contrast as well. I just loved the single orange among all those pinkish purples
5th year Pic 158 - 23-Apr-2014. Cheeky! - Worli Koliwada



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