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Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge: All-Time Favorite Flower Fields

Here is my entry for WordPress Daily Post Weekly Challenge with the topic of All-Time Favorites.

Since this is the last of WordPress weekly photo challenge, I thought I would post some of my favorites photos of different categories.  I really don’t have absolute favorites, but I do find favorites every time I look through my archives.

Dahlia field

Red clover field

Part of an iris field

Tulip field
Qi (energy) hugs

Cee

 

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  1. Wow I’m amazed by these beautifully taken pictures! I live for such places. What a nice topic to end this week with ❤

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  2. Oh, the red clover. I think I told you this, but on my way to work, I would be stopped for a light and there was red clover growing in the median. I always wanted to take a picture of it, but on a major highway…..impossible. This photo makes me so happy. There is my red clover!

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    • Actually I will miss it and bloggers who just participate in it. But I will most likely benefit from not having WP around, because people are looking for different challenges now.

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