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One Word Photo Challenge: Periwinkle & Iris of the Day

Here is my entry for the One Word Photo Challenge with the topic of the color periwinkle.  I am including one new iris that has recently bloomed in my front yard.  The other two photos are also from my yard.  All my floral photos are taken in natural daylight and have not been cut.

New iris.

New iris.

Grape hyacinth from earlier this spring.

Grape hyacinth from earlier this spring.

Hydrangea from last summer.

Hydrangea from last summer.

Qi (energy) hugs

Cee

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  1. So lovely. Any flower blooming in Oregon is blessed before it ever opens. I envy your wonderful growing conditions and long season. Happy Mother’s Day to you, Cee. I hope its been a good day spent with loved ones. Hugs to you, WG

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  2. wonderful raw pics – and love this color for this week. that iris photo is my fav of the 3 – what a beautiful flower!!

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