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June 9, 2016 § 15 Comments
colors catch fire
Tagged: blooms, brightness, fire, flowers, garden, hot colors, in the pink, intensity, macro, phlox, pink, sun, sunshine
Pretty in pink.
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Bright, indeed; but you avoided burning out the highlights
All that pink is so beautiful.
These look like phlox subulata flowers. Are they?
Indeed they are.
Phlox subulata flowers are nice and seem to be underrated. It was nice to see a photo of them and read a haiku about them.
Thanks for this perfectly beautiful bouquet on the day of my surgery! Now I feel even better!
Janis, you must be relieved to be on the other side of it. Heal well, friend.
Very beautiful flowers!
Colors catch fire; the meaning of vivid?–you found it
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