Backyard Weeds & Flowers






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Bangchik said…
Weeds are real survivors, and they do give out beautiful little flowers. ~bangchik
Ruthi said…
I love those weed flowers. My lawn is always peppered with tiny yellow and white weed flowers at the start of spring... and they always make me think twice to mow the lawn. Nice photos.
Icy BC said…
Beautiful macro, Jo, and Happy Mother's Day to you.
Ann said…
It's amazing how beautiful a weed can really be. Maybe they pale in comparison to some of the flowers but they are worth stopping to look at.
rainfield61 said…
Weeds are wonder when you love them, you will think of so many ways to get rid of them otherwise.
Kass said…
That dandelion is surreal - floating there in space.
DK Miller said…
I think they are beautiful! We have had a battle with the dandelions though I kind of like them. Lovely post.
Bang, they really do and they are so tiny, it's amazing.

Ruthi, I do too. They are so pretty.

Thanks Icy and Happy Mother's day to you too.

Ann, exactly, when noticed you can see how pretty they really are.

Rainfield, you are so wise :) :)

Kass, Yeah it is kind of surreal looking. Thanks.

Diane, I do too and thanks for coming by. Happy Mother's day to you :)
*MrsMartinez* said…
I really like the first flower! Makes me very cheerful!
xoxo
DoanLegacy said…
Looks like you're enjoying your camera and your photos are just fantastic!
MRs. M, It's a happy flower :)

Doan, I am loving this camera and thanks.
RNSANE said…
Weeds are so pretty, it's a shame folks are hell bent on eradicating them!
lina said…
Beautiful weeds. :)
Sony Holland said…
Good camera...great photographer. It doesn't get any better than that unless, of course, the photographer cooks up some delicious Greek or Italian dishes:)
Carmen, exactly, they don't see the beauty

lina, thanks.

Sone, LOL, I'll use the weeks and cook em up :D Thanks, Sone.
Sone, I meant to say, I'll use the weeds and cook em up with a little Ouzo :D

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