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July 26, 2015 § 24 Comments
a hallelujah chorus
rises from the gloriosa field
Tagged: abundance, chorus, gloriosa daisy, glory, hallelujah, hymn, landscape, rejoice, wild flower field, wild flowers
What a delightful picture! So beautiful. 🙂
I’m hearing the music
Seedbud: Really neat capture!
Wonderful view of the field of flowers.
You’ve reminded me of a colloquial expression my mother and others of her generation often used to communicate a sense of happy surprise: “Gloriosky!” As an example, she might say, “Gloriosky! Look at that field of beautiful flowers!”
Love it! 😊
The flowers look so happy as if they are actually enjoying the day!
I’m reminded of Wordsworth’s daffodils!
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All the colors blend so wonderfully together. Such a wise creator — such an amazing artist!
They are such happy flowers! 🙂
Indeed, a happy picture! ❤
Hey, I’d like to be a part of that gorgeous chorus too. Hugs, N 🙂 ❤
You are! xo
Isn’t there a time in the summer flower season when glorious flowering begins to have just a tinge of sadness?
Yes it does friend. Only the most sensitive and perceptive eyes notice it.
Opening this on a Monday morning certainly brightens things up
thx for sharing!
So glad! My Pleasure!
This makes me smile! I’m not much of a fan of summer, but I do admit I absolutely love the wildflowers summer brings. Just lovely!
Glad to make you smile
Very beautiful flowers.
I can hear them sing! Beautiful.
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