Sunday, October 21, 2007

Plants gone wild




I am a bit tired. Recovering from lack of sleep dealing with a recovering little one.


So...here are a couple more pictures of ... plants.



Fall has some lovely colors this time of year. Everything has matured and bees are buzzing like crazy, trying to get all the pollen they can from the last of the autumn blooming flowers.

Enjoy! and Happy Monday to you!



7 comments:

Brandy said...

Your pictures are beautiful! Get some rest!

Jill Monroe said...

Okay, I was about to ask, what those purple flowers are because they're beautiful...then I started thinking that maybe those are daisies in shade...

Fall came today in Oklahoma.

Michele said...

Hi, Brandy!... I got some rest..lol...I love how the red came out so RED.
Glad you enjoyed the pics!

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Jill, you came by again. Woot!

Um, they really ARE purple. Maybe they are in the daisy family because my Shasta Daisies bloom only in October. But they are pretty and bumbles Luurve them. I don't have a book that tells me about flowers in fall in coastal regions, wish I did.

Yeah,for Fall coming to Oklahoma!

Marianne Arkins said...

Those purple flowers? They're asters... just saying.

Shesawriter said...

Yummy. They look good enough to eat. :-)

Kristen Painter said...

Hey, I'm glad to hear there's another Moonlight fan out there! I'm really grooving on that show.

Michele said...

Thanks for the info, Marianne. You are a veritable font of amazing facts! Woot!

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Tanya, you'd EAT Those? LOL - if they are Rose hips, I've heard that they are high in Vitamin C.
So, you have the right idea. *grin*
So nice to see you!

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Hey, Kristen! Thanks for popping by. Always glad to see you.

And, enthusiastic agreement with you on Moonlight! Isn't it wonderful to have a show that seems more character driven than splashy effects?