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Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Good Morning Glory

This morning I took a walk out the driveway. . . Well, actually, I was taking three bags of household garbage out to our dumpster that we share with my son's family.  On the way I saw some wild morning glory vines that were blooming.  Now I am a little confused.  The ones I took a picture of looked to be on the pink side where as the picture shows them to be blue.  Why would that be?

Anyway, here are the two pictures I took, one a little ways away and one up close.




Nature sure has a way of brightening up my world.  Seeing those this morning started my day of right.  I sure do enjoy all the wild things that grow and live on my property.  I feel like I am the luckiest guy in the world.  I always try to observe and enjoy the beauty that nature comes up with.  Sometimes it can also give us bad things, but I try to see the beauty in all things, even the lightning storms.  Now you all enjoy the beauty around you and have a great day, you hear.

16 comments:

  1. I really love the pictures of your morning glories. Nature can be much more beautiful than anything else you can look at. I always enjoy the night skies, and am blown away sometimes at the number of stars, and that is in a city, no less.

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    1. I love Nature and especially the night skies. Which reminds me, it has been too long since I had my huge telescope set up. It would be easier for me to take out one of my smaller ones but the view from the big one has spoiled me.

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  2. Great Picture of something Beautiful.
    Cameras pick up light different then our eyes. If there is a Shadow, Direct Sunlight or Indoor Lighting it all changes what the Camera sees.
    Be Safe and Enjoy!

    It's about time.

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    1. That is true about cameras, but maybe my old brain's memory is just bad.

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  3. Your flowers are just gorgeous.

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    1. Thanks JO, but they are not "my" flowers, they just grow wild on my place.

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    1. I thought so. Thanks for stopping by today linda m.

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  5. Nice to see a bit of color in a sometimes drab , grey world. Thanks, Dizzy.

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    1. There is always something beautiful to see in the country, unlike the cold, grey city. Forgive me Mr. Hermit, but I could never live in a city.

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  6. Love nature,, always have. Those morning glorys are around here too. My favs have always been the butter cups..

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    1. Mother Nature is the best gardener, for sure.

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  7. Really gotta love those flowers sure brightens your day. We plan to be in Willis for a few days end on November will they still be there?

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    1. These will not but I am sure you can find others just like them or different flowers that could brighten your day. The town of Willis is very close to where I live.

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    2. We have been through there a few times years ago, think you are in Cut and Shoot area. If I am not mistaken.

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