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11-4-2009…  Just Daffy or Narcissus Sunset    I did warn you…there would be more daffies…taken here as the sunset light came across the lawn.    Seems like the smaller, simpler ones bloom first.  These flowers are about 1-1/4” in diameter.  Then somewhere between Thanksgiving and New Years the big ones bloom.  We are just going to have to throw in a flower picture every once in a while to keep those in colder climates jealous…
McKee Botanical Garden - Water Lily (Natural light)
Take me now!
Who's Your Daddy
 4-7-11 Periwinkle In The Park
Everyone going shopping today?  LOL, not me!      Gazania are lovely flowers that you don't see often.  They are in the aster family and native to South Africa.  Drought tolerant and not eager to bloom on cloudy days.  Enjoy.
Orchid   Given to my wife without instructions. We give it two weeks, but we'll enjoy so longs as it lasts.
Happy Valentine's Day
African daisy -cropped & touched up in PS
5-24-2011...  Daffy Daze...
Sunflower Starfish  © 2009 Colleen M. Griffith. All Rights Reserved.  This material may not be published, broadcast, modified, or redistributed in any way without written agreement with the creator.  This image is registered with the US Copyright Office.  www.colleenmgriffith.com  www.facebook.com/colleen.griffith    Sunflower Starfish on the hunt at Pacific Coast Tidal Pools, California.  These starfish typically have 22 to 26 legs and are considered voracious hunters and the "Porshe's" of the starfish world.  You wouldn't believe how fast they move and can be a bit of a challenge to photograph in a Tidal Pool setting (since I'm photographing through the water surface).  Their typical food is sea urchins and other starfish.
Blue Flowers, Example of Narrow Depth of Field
11-4-2009… Just Daffy or Narcissus Sunset

I did warn you…there would be more daffies…taken here as the sunset light came across the lawn.

Seems like the smaller, simpler ones bloom first. These flowers are about 1-1/4” in diameter. Then somewhere between Thanksgiving and New Years the big ones bloom. We are just going to have to throw in a flower picture every once in a while to keep those in colder climates jealous…

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11-4-2009…  Just Daffy or Narcissus Sunset    I did warn you…there would be more daffies…taken here as the sunset light came across the lawn.    Seems like the smaller, simpler ones bloom first.  These flowers are about 1-1/4” in diameter.  Then somewhere between Thanksgiving and New Years the big ones bloom.  We are just going to have to throw in a flower picture every once in a while to keep those in colder climates jealous…
11-4-2009… Just Daffy or Narcissus Sunset

I did warn you…there would be more daffies…taken here as the sunset light came across the lawn.

Seems like the smaller, simpler ones bloom first. These flowers are about 1-1/4” in diameter. Then somewhere between Thanksgiving and New Years the big ones bloom. We are just going to have to throw in a flower picture every once in a while to keep those in colder climates jealous…

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Photo by: Chuck Beehner · See photo in original gallery.

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