Tulips

Tulips

No flower has gone in and out of vogue quite so much as the Tulip. Condemned for many years to parks and railway gardens in England, introduced into European gardens in the sixteenth century, it was Holland that took the flower to it's heart. These blooms are now appreciated worldwide for their glo...

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Tulip 2

Tulip 2

By Lonnie Lovejoy

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Red

Red

Inspired by Red Riding Hood

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Sprags

Sprags

These babies have been my early morning visitors for over 4 years. Dropping in for a keep snack and a dip in the various bird baths within my backyard.

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Blush

Blush

By Lonnie Lovejoy

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Viviana

Viviana

The surface may be cracked but there is always beauty beneath if we look.

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Fire Fae

Fire Fae

Come - gather near to the smoldering fire The embers, aflame, will console and inspire! Sit in the glade when the faery muse comes - Magick is made with the flick of our tongues! Oh! dance with the Sidhe under silvery moon! Word woven trance is the light of their boon! Bear ye the hearts o...

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Beachcomber

Beachcomber

Walking the beach and stopping to collect shells deposited on the shore....what could be more enjoyable on an early spring morning.

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Scattered Memories of Beauty Past

Scattered Memories of Beauty Past

As we travel throughout our lives we have recollections of things long past. The scent of a flower may take us back to our childhood and remind us of loved ones now departed, finding an old image taken many years ago and once again we are in that place, or perhaps a quote from a well known author...

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Solitary

Solitary

He's treading the shallows at the border of the lake like a house cat kneading your lap, his neck like radar, scanning a map for morsels disingenuously believing the borders of the lake are Zen, that the mire in which they anchor is armor against the avian, but then, gliding guilelessly...

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Weathered Blooms

Weathered Blooms

'Like the lily, That once was mistress of the field and flourish'd, I'll hang my head and perish." Shakespeare - Henry VIII (3.1.168-70)

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Spent

Spent

'Ah Sun-flower! weary of time, Who countest the steps of the Sun: Seeking after that sweet golden clime Where the traveller's journey is done. ' by William Blake

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La Esposa Matadores

La Esposa Matadores

The Matadors Wife

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Watcher

Watcher

'Ebon crow perches himself on a weather beaten fence and caws a morning greeting against a backdrop...' by Joseph Kushnir

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Quembel

Quembel

She celebrates bright, special moments when something is well done and done well. Then she sits with satisfaction glowing with achievement.

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Rusty Nutz

Rusty Nutz

By Lonnie Lovejoy

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