Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Farm Photo: 5/16/07


Yard Art

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10 comments:

  1. Note from an old Hippie:

    Although these flowers look beautiful, do not try and eat a bowl of them for breakfast with milk and sugar!

    SB (now believes in Flour Power!)

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  2. This is the best kind of yard art!

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  3. A beautiful photo and flower.
    Sara from farmingfriends

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  4. That's the sort of lawn ornament I can handle. Tasteful.

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  5. Love the Yard Art. Spring really does make the best yard art!

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  6. You have been tagged! This means you must reveal seven things about yourself on your blog. And in return tag seven others to do the same.

    I hope you join in!

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  7. Thank you for the photo...that variety was my grandfather's favorite and he scattered them around our garden and orchard. Great memories.

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  8. Sooo pretty, in fact it is past the time for our Iris's, but they were so pretty this year. Sometimes your blog makes me yearn to return to Missouri, but when winter arrives, I know I couldn't handle it. Old age is a bitch ya know!

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  9. I am new to this. Love your iris and what did you have for settings on your camera???? Great picture.

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  10. What a beautiful flower, mine has a perfume this year, such a bonus.

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