August 23, 2011

Wordless Wednesday:
The circle of life



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Arisaema triphyllum May 2011

Arisaema triphyllum August 2011

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Lycoris squamigera April 2011

Lycoris squamigera August 2011

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(Note: I’m taking a brief break from blogging, visiting blogs, and Blotanical to move my daughter into her college dorm. I'll miss you all, but I'll "see" you in September!)

10 comments:

  1. The pictures truly say it all. Simply beautiful! Thanks for sharing...

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  2. I love the way you show the progress over time--isn't it amazing the way plants transform over the season?

    Good luck with moving your daughter--I've been there many times and know how exhausting this can be. See you in September!

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  3. Great idea for a post! Those lilies are so pretty. See ya in Sept. :o)

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  4. @Cathy: Thank you. I'm hoping to do more of the comparisons next season. I find them fascinating, too.

    @Rose: Yes, and the seasons pass too quickly--both for plants and people. Thanks for the encouragement!

    @TS: Thanks. Enjoy the last few days of August!

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  5. The circle of life is fascinating...

    Best of luck to you as you move your daughter into her dorm!

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  6. Love you circle of life plants. Best wishes for your daughter's smooth relocation to college and best of luck in her tertiary studies. Time flies, and soon it'll be graduation time. Rest well during your blog break. We shall miss you!

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  7. @Cat: Thanks! I hope your transition went well, too!

    @Autumn Belle: Thank you! I know you've had similar experiences lately, too.

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  8. Love these life in transition captures. Equates to your own daughter moving on and out. Hope the break is not too painful. Look forward to your return

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  9. Great photos! that circle of life is beautiful

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  10. @Laura: Thank you. The transition is difficult, yet I'm so excited for my daughter. I'm doing OK, and I'll certainly have plenty to do in the garden and now blogging. :)

    @Fer: Thank you! I'll stop over for a visit to your blog soon!

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