Today's Flowers: A Clyde's-Eye View of the Lawn

succulent lawn topsail

These blossoms made their way through dad and mom's lawn in North Carolina and managed to live well for a few days before the lawn guys came along and chopped their heads off. We have to live well while we can!

I owe it to my daughter's dachshund Clyde for having a seat alongside these flowers one afternoon last summer and thus pointing them out to me.  I hadn't noticed them before.
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Today's Flowers

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  1. You took your chance well by taking this photo! These flowers are so lovely, it's a pity that their heads were chopped off!

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  2. glad you were able to capture these glorious beauties before their heads were chopped off.

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  3. Beautiful shot of flower.

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  4. Anonymous9:35 AM

    So pretty! Thanks to Clyde for bringing these to your notice:)

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  5. You're so right, we have to live well, while we can.

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  6. Those are gorgeous! I'm wondering what they are. They look like blooms on some kind of succulent plant.

    Carletta@Round The Bend

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  7. fun shot of some cheerful blooms, very needed at this time of year.

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  8. So lovely and believe me, I love every bit of color that I can see these days, so give Clyde a hug for me!! Delightful capture as always, Sandy! Hope your day is going well!

    Sylvia

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  9. I think they are ice plant and I can't believe someone chopped them down. Beautiful shot.

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  10. I think they look like Ice Plants, too. I'd have mowed around them! ♥♫

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  11. Clyde has a great point of view. I'm glad he enabled you to discover these.

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  12. Looks like ice plant to me! Nice.

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  13. So pretty and so warming on this cold winter day.

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  14. Those are really cute! Such luck finding them, thanks to the pooch. :)

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  15. "We have to live well while we can." i agree 100%.:p

    it's great that you captured this moment before they were gone.

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  16. Oh, what a beautiful flower! Yes indeed, the world must look so different from that perspective.;))
    xoxo

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  17. I think that is Ice Plant and probably considered a lawn weed. The flower is pretty, really bright and I love your perspective.

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  18. OH my an icicle plant that has gone wild. They are such pretty things. That Clyde is going to guide you into a whole different world.

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  19. Estas flores são lindas! Pena que nasceram em um gramado que será aparado!

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