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Mach123

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Mother’s day flowers still giving.
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The beach was foggy and cool with big surf. You could hear it from about a block away. It was probably 15 degrees cooler on the beach than at my house, 2 blocks away. I love the weather here . : )
 

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Tornadic Thoughts

MyPTSD Pro
Took the camera for a walk to create a much needed shift from worry and what-ifness to beauty and gratitude...

What arugula looks like when it bolts and flowers before going to seed...

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Not sure of the source, but grateful for the sight...

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A yellow iris that bloomed for the first time this year (we've been here 5 years)...

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This mockingbird kept me entertained for quite some time - reminding me that no matter how much shit surrounds me (like on that clothesline pole, for example), I may as well sing at the top of my lungs, too...

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Captured during mid-shakeoff after all that mimicking trying to impress the lady mockingbirds - he looks poofed and pissed, lol...

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A turkey struttin' past the garden...

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Another bunny buddy enjoying the clover buffet...

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The first of the peonies popped open - they smell so good...

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It seems I'm not the only fan of the poppin' peony patch...

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Freddyt

Confident
I am really fortunate that despite the fact I live in a norther clime there is an indoor botanical garden that is built in the shape of 4 pyramids and has 4 separate bioms from arid to tropical. They have a rather rare plant, one of the largest flowers in the world it is a Titan Arum or corpse plant. Blooms can be up to 10 feet tall and shoot up to that height in a few days. The bloom (yeah it came by honestly are beautiful and only last 24 to 48 hours. Thankfully they have a wonderful volunteer staff that keep the place open when it blooms every few years.
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