13 May, 2021

wildflowers - thrift


the photo below was taken at the other end of the pier


40 comments:

  1. A nice place to grow for the flowers, it brightens up the road!

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  2. Very delicate and beautiful.

    God bless, Bill.

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  3. Beautiful, especially in this weather. Grey and cold, not even rain. Have a nice day anyways, Bill, here it´s Father´s Day. Have a happy one, if you celebrate.

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  5. Switching over to Springtime is like walking into a brand new world.

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  6. Looks beautiful, the more neglected the place the more flowers will shine.

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  7. Hello,
    They are pretty flowers, it does brighten the area.
    Take care, have a happy day!

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  8. One of my favourite seaside blooms. They used to be depicted on our old 3d coins - perhaps a plea to be "thrifty".

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  9. The first picture looks like a wonderful painting - thriftily done, of course.

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  10. Oh so pretty and the changes that come and go. Lovely flowers!

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  11. ...they seem to be happy growing in the cracks.

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  12. Hi Bill.

    Very beautiful these wild flowers.

    Greetings from Patricia.

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  13. A smile from here this morning. Beautiful!

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  14. How pretty the flowers look against the stones Bill 🌸🌼

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  15. These are lovely...flowers and the reflected light on the sea water also catches my attention!

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  16. They are so pretty lining the path!

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  17. We see something similar in the Rockies where trees will grow and survive out of small cracks in the rock.

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  18. Harty looking wildflowers. This is such a great time of year. Wishing you the best, Bill.

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  19. How pretty! They are decorating that wall beautifully.

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  20. Hola! en España esa flor se llama Clavel de Playa. saludos

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  21. Nacen en donde buenamente pueden.

    Quedan maravillosamente bien en ese lugar.

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  22. Beautiful wildflowers Bill! Admirable how they thrive in what seems like difficult places.

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  23. beautiful wild flowers.

    love the second photo... great shot

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  24. Beautiful wild flowers. They are so hardy they can grow anywhere!!

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  25. Que bella fotografía adore las flores . Te mando un beso

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  26. They look like Armeria - I like them.

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  27. They certainly look nice and add a bit of colour along the road/pathway.

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  29. Nem todos os sítios facilitam a vida das flores... mas elas nascem nos sítios mais improváveis! Gostei imenso das imagens!
    Abraço!
    Ana

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