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July 10, 2017 § 8 Comments
all a ruffle
beaming back the light
Tagged: azalea, beaming, flower, light, lighting, macro, petals, pink, ruffles, stand in the light, sunlight
is this a relatively pictures? our rhodies and azaleas stop bloom 2 months ago. all we have left are the sticky remnants.
note: if you pluck the sticky remains, wear a pair of surgical gloves and put a light coating of olive oil before you begin. (some growers say picking off the stick remains are require to insure best blooms next year. then again, there’s an equal number who say you do not have to.)
It’s been a strange extended spring here this year. I’m a big dead header – but I have to draw the line at shrubs. 🙂
Love ‘all a ruffle ‘.
Great colors, great sounds!
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