Today's Flowers: In a Matter of Time....

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These flowers trail along the road between my parents' home in North Carolina and the beach. On the way to the beach one morning, they were dew drizzled buds; on the way back, they were hungrily feasting on the sun.

Today's Flowers

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  1. Wildflowers are the best! (I say that even thought I do garden with cultivated ones.) These are so lovely and I love that you have photographed them under two different circumstances.

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  2. I really dig the way you described the flowers -- drizzled in dew and feasting on the sun. Makes me think back to what the Good Book says about providing all and sundry what we need, even the wild flowers growing on the dirt road.

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  3. Interesting shots and interpretation.
    Loved North Carolina when I visited - lucky you
    JJ

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  4. Beautiful shots! I love wildflowers too and I love your words.
    "they were hungrily feasting on the sun." GORGEOUS!

    hugs
    shakira

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  5. Beautiful as always, Sandy, and as always, you have the perfect words to match! Have a lovely day!

    Sylvia

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  6. Wonderful photographs... I love the water on the top one...

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  7. fresh shots, Sandy
    congrats
    http://graceolsson.com/blog/2010/04/a-flower-called-flavia-at-flowers-from-today/

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  8. The white wildflowers are pretty and lovely.

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  9. Lovely flowers Sandy. I particularly like the way the one looks with water droplets but also nice to see the center in the second one.

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  10. Wow, that's some great patience you have... great capture..

    The Cosmos
    Remains of the old Dabaw
    TV above my coffee

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  11. Beautiful and delicate.

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  12. aren't we all like these buds, thristing for love and acceptance? like your post and thoughts

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  13. The dew drops make for an great photo. Have a great day!

    An Arkies Musings

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  14. Are those wild roses, sandy? I think I have the pinks, they are a joy to look at!

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  15. Love the two photos, one early and one later, beautiful!

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  16. Sandy: I do love to see wild flower.

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  17. Pretty flower. We usually not cutting the wild flowers hehehe. Happy TF!

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  18. The first one with the drops are gorgeous.

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  19. aloha sandy,

    i love these wildflowers, they are amazing finding them growing everywhere and taking a moment to discover them is fantastic.

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  20. Beautiful photos!!!The fact that your spotted them on the way is wonderful and amazing! I know they are so tiny.
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  21. Is it to early f0r butterflies

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  22. Beautiful wildflowers, Sandy!

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  23. Glorious!
    Aloha from Waikiki


    Comfort Spiral

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  24. Sandy, what Beauty.

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  25. A series really very nice: the first in particular is magnificent!
    :-)
    Thanks for sharing!

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  26. Great shots of a delicate flower and your text is very nice too.

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  27. Both a different kind of beauty but I love the ones with dew on them best.

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  28. Yet another way flowers are not like dogs. Dogs understand the command "Stay!"

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  29. I just a matter of time, the difference is magical..

    Hope you can still visit my African Violet entry, even I am a little late, thanks in advance.

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  30. Sandy, these flowers are so beautiful: they seem made with snow!

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  31. Sandy lovely flowers today!Like your flowers we all just love to turn our face to the sun!Have a wonderful sunny day!

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  32. The wonders there are around us as long as we keep our eyes and minds open to beauty. Beautiful dew shot.

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  33. Anonymous9:17 AM

    nature is full of magic. thank you for let us see this through your wonderful captures.

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  34. Beautiful. I like the first one..it always fascinates me to see dew drops on the flower.

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  35. Wild flowers are just the best. Great photos of this one Sandy.

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  36. You've caught them at the perfect time. Stunning! Thanks Sandy, for making me smile. Have a great week.

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  37. I like them both! I love the dewey drizzle but I also like the flower all the way open!

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  38. I love roadside flowers. Maybe its their determined existence in such an inhospitable place that makes them irresistible to me. Thanks for sharing these.

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  39. So lovely with those droplets.

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