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Monday, May 28, 2018

haiku, wild iris


morning light finds
the pond blue with iris
nine ducklings


14 comments:

  1. Lovely Haiku that compliments your gorgeous Wild Iris flowers~

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    1. They are really nice this year. It must be all the rain we have had. The pond is still high.

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  2. New blooms and new fuzzy ducklings, too! I think it must be spring in Maine! The Iris are beautiful. Ours in the mts should soon be in bloom.

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    1. Haha, Barb! We are having spring every other day. This is the first time I have seen ducklings, but we have had a pair on the pond every year since we moved here. Can you believe we are starting our 5th year in this house?

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  3. Oh my; nine! I love this. The fresh of green and the heavenly blue-purple Iris. Perfect.

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    1. Christine, I just saw pale blue wild iris on a post from Wyoming. Do you have them?

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  4. Beautiful flowers and lovely words.

    All the best Jan

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    1. Thanks so much! I enjoy the wildflowers even more than the ones I plant.

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  5. Ahhhh....and one of my fav flowers too! Lovely Sandy.

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    1. Mine, too! I just wished they stayed around longer. I will be by to see you in a bit. These past few weeks have been mostly spent outdoors.

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  6. Lovely photos and haiku.

    I planted blue/purple irises a few years ago. This year they have really increased. Coincidently, I have an iris post just up today. My big iris are no longer blooming like that; just one or two flowers come up. I suppose I should separate the clump, but I'm not doing much gardening any more. Time and age, the usual complaint.
    Adelaide

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    1. That is exactly why I love the wild ones so much! Mother Nature puts on one beautiful display after the other. I don't garden as much as I did when I lived in the country, but when I did, a lot of planting was putting wildflowers in the field or at the edge of the woods.

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  7. Beautiful floral photos ~ I too love the wild flowers the most!

    Happy Times to you,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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    1. Hi Carol, Thanks so much for stopping by. I have been busy, but hope to get back in my normal routine in a few day. I will be by!

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