where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
September 12, 2015 § 16 Comments
succinct and succulent
Tagged: bloom, flower, garden, leaves, macro, sedum, seeing, shaboom, stamen, succint, succulent
Beautiful photo. Love this.
I will be singing “shaboom she blooms” all day! 🙂 Sedum is breathtaking around here this year, as as your photo. Wonderful words and image.
Your wordplay made me laugh! Love it, and the images.
I haven’t even had coffee yet, and I’m laughing. Wonderful alliteration, and a gorgeous photo.
That is a really awesome looking plant!
Very beautiful, one of my favorite photos from you.
BeaUtiFul photo! Love how you captured it so successfully in words too! 🌺
Very interesting capture of sedum!
You can’t get much more “”shaboom” than that! You strike once again. I am thankful for you and your beautiful than that. j;ehman1945 Come visit my site I am going through a dry spell. LOL
See! I have these in my garden, just starting to turn red. Jane
This is so amazing. I hope I can plant some of these at our backyard. 🙂
I hope to grow many down south!!
Music to my heart…gorgeous presentation.
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