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Orange you glad there’s more tulips today? Sorry…it had to be done! Teri 📷 Come tiptoe through the tulips with me….
This little one seemed so familiar but as he stayed with his wings closed I’m not sure. That’s the thing about identifying butterflies when you aren’t an expert. The sides of their wings don’t always match. I’m guessing this could … Continue reading
That it’s the weekend? Ok, go right ahead and groan. Hope your weekend is bright and chipper like these two tulips. Mentioning these tulips, can anyone find what’s different about these as compared to the others featured ? And no, … Continue reading
One of my favorites to say hello to when I visit the roses each year. I think there actually is a rainbow sorbet out there somewhere to eat. It’s summer, it’s hot, I think I will go try to find … Continue reading
Is the name of this beautiful shrub rose that dwells in the Columbus Park of Roses; a park that has over 12,000 roses of more than 400 varieties. I enjoy going to this park not only to see the roses … Continue reading
It must’ve been fungi season the day we visited one of our local parks back in September because they were everywhere along this one path into the woods. But this one here on a fallen tree caught my eye in … Continue reading
I’ve seen two oak trees that I would love to photograph but alas, they were both on private property and next to busy streets and I’m not that agile and speedy at the moment. Either I’ll figure out how to … Continue reading