Red clover. I had to look up the Latin Name. It would be interesting to know what the Latin name actually means though. The flowers are good for making tea. (Without a tea bag mind you) Tell me reader, do you make tea without tea bags? Advertisements
The flowers have fallen Their work is done With petals and pollen They have fallen — L c p I think, I have bloggers block.
Little late for Wednesday but it will do. The many disguises of a crabapple blossom! As a Dandelion. maybe a Dandelion from middle earth? it’s not like it’s catnip or anything! Its very pretty but not very convincing. Perched atop thorns of venom! Held hostage by a Hosta. Hiding from the Hosta as a peony. … More A flower by any other name
Well, and a few other things but mostly violets. The path through a patch of yellow violets. yellow violets like to grow in huge colonies. Whereas purple violets like to grow here and there, unless you purposefully make them into a patch. So delicate! A phrase heard often in our house: “don’t eat the violets!” … More Violets my reader Violets!
Or perhaps the door to Her vast domain. TEN Thousands Ants. One Queen, to Rule Them All!
I don’t generally use the mirror setting. It seemed pretty useless to me but you can take some really cool shots while using this setting: There’s Anti physics of course. This one looks like something out of “inception”. Then, there’s the beautiful ones. Do you like my editing? … More “Mirror, mirror, on the wall”