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Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Weeds

I kinda like the idea of being a weed instead of a rare high-maintenance exotic flower!  Teehee. Weeds have a mysterious kind of appeal! Beautiful and resilient -fights back, finds its way to continuously bloom and flourish year after year.. season after season. Talk about being hardy! :)

Happy Tuesday, everyone!




9 comments:

Nathalie Thompson said...

I think Queen Ann's lace (your photo) rises above the "weed" label. Of course, my 6 year old thinks dandelions are pretty yellow flowers and brings me bouquets by the handful! (that may be a hint to you about the state of our yard...) heehee. :)

betchai said...

oh, lovely photo Tes, I admire the depth of field here, really gorgeous! and yeah, weeds are beautiful! i have tons of weed pictures too since i can't get enough of them, but only the pretty weeds, there are some which are not so pleasant weeds. i do not pull out the weeds at home that I find pretty, but I do pull out the ugly ones :)

eileeninmd said...

Beautiful image! Well done Tes!

Tiffanee said...

Love it!! Thanks for the great thought! Now you got me thinking. Love your blog. Now your newest follower!!

rainfield61 said...

The picture is well captured.

I love it.

blue sunset said...

i love weeds so much too! such pretty weeds in this photo Tesya! -it is zen/kulasa, miss yah!

DoanLegacy said...

This is beautiful capture, and so elegant looking.

betchai said...

hi Tes, saw your comment in my Olympic post in my blog, many thanks, it's always a joy to hear from you. PS....I saw your garden from Khai's cell phone, they are awesome Tes, and so glad to see the cacti are growing beautifully too. Hey, the red aloe bloomed here, I will take a picture of the bloom later. Hope your aloe survived too.

Ruthi said...

for some reasons... weeds give a unique characteristic to the landscape. i'm kinda like you too... a little hardy. wink*

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