Friday, May 15, 2015

Snapshots - 22nd ST Park

Greetings from the Hermit Writer. (April 8 photos)

How long ya suppose this power pole has been here? Oaks aren't known as fast growers. (Lucy's butt just got caught in the frame...bomb)

They may only be weeds, but I luv em

Ha--aaa--aa--chooo!

More weeds. Not quite ready to be gorgeous.

These weeds were there.

Lucy found sumtin delicious to eat

...and eat

These will become thorns, which my dogs hate. But they apologize up front.

Ahhh. More flowering weeds. Hachoo. 

23 comments:

  1. You live in SUCH a beautiful area.
    I had a course of desensitising injections and now rarely sneeze and sneeze and sneeze...

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  2. They're not weeds - they're wild flowers!

    We have a similar plant over here called sneezeweed. Maybe it's the same thing, but I'm not aware of it actually making people sneeze, so perhaps not.

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    1. ahhh...smack me in the head for being so ignert. Shame on me. I luv em whatever I call em

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  3. The pole is great. It must have been put there if your oaks grow as slowly as ours.

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  4. That power pole is interesting.
    Wish you'd given the name of your weeds as they are probably a lot different to those we have in Australia and we find weeds grow regardless of the climate, soil etc. If you could make money out of them they'd probably just disappear.

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  5. geweldig mooi zijn al die wilde bloemen, maar je hoogspanningsmast is wel heel speciaal.

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  6. The pole doesn't look that old, but it must have been there a long while! Have a wonderful weekend. :)

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  7. hehehe....allergies sure do put a damper on things this time of year!!!

    lucy is luscious!!!!

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  8. What with the death of the American honey bee, flowers or flowering weeds may start declining. I worry about that poor oak should that pole have to be replaced. Lucy is a beauty. :-)

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  9. That pole is interesting. A first to me to see.

    Your Spring weed flowers I call then in your fields are pretty.

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  10. Surely that pole can't have been there as long as it took the tree to grow around it!!!!

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  11. Such pretty fields full of flowers.

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  12. Beautiful fields, the dogs don't like it, why??????????????? Just joking.

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  13. Those weeds are very nice. I always love when trees grow around things. Great shots!

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  14. Weeds or wild flowers they're lovely! I'd like to think the tree grew around the pole. I've seen some odd tree growths but that one surpasses them all!

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  15. Oh Lucy smile for the camera!

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  16. That is a cool tree! Lucy is cute smelling the flowers.. Great series. Enjoy your weekend!

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  17. Nice and curious series, R. Mac Wheeler! I like a lot. I also did a photo to a tree that "ate" a signal http://gumerpaz.blogspot.com.es/2014/06/natura-voraz.html LOL
    A big hug and happy weekend :)

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  18. Lucy is belly deep in weeds. ah-choo!
    MB

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  19. I'm scratching my head over that power pole in the middle of the oak...

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