On Sunday, Carletta posted The Coneflower and the Bee. While wading through my photos, I found these two shots and thought I would follow suit. How about the rest of you? Do you have any flower and bee photos to share?
After going through some major changes in the last year, I decided it was time to change my blog(s). Little did I realize it would take me three days to combine Piedmont Perspective, Foothills Focus, and Blue Ridge Reflections into one blog. Most of that time was spent formatting The Cozy Retreat (one of the downfalls of being a “perfectionist” – at least when it comes to design work) – and creating Facebook and Twitter pages.
I can’t begin to express how much I have missed blogging, not just submitting my own posts but reading your wonderful blogs and participating in the memes. Hopefully, all will work out (have a little patience, please, I’m navigating one-handed) and I will be able to get back into the flow.
On that note, I will leave you with a photo of one of my crape myrtles.
Can we conceive what humanity would be if
it did not know the flowers?
— Maurice Maeterlinck —
I’m running late but here is my offering – late blooming cone flowers.
Don’t forget to check out all the lovely flowers on Today’s Flowers!
The opening and the folding flowers, that
laugh to the summer’s day.
— Felicia D. Hemans —
A pink Rose of Sharon (hibiscus) from early summer for Today’s Flowers.
When words escape, flowers speak.
— Bruce W. Currie —
Back to spring for Today’s Flowers with a peach colored iris from my garden.
No two gardens are the same. No two days
are the same in one garden.
— Hugh Johnson —
A pink Amaryllis from my mother’s garden for Today’s Flowers.