Today's Flowers: Thriving Holly

The crimson berries on my parents' holly bushes glowed beautifully in the early morning sunlight today--approximately 6 hours before the snow-bearing clouds drifted in and gave the news people something to talk about.  The weather one day can bring amazes me.  We started with balmy breezes and sunshine and ended shivering in the snow.

Today's Flowers

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  1. sure is pretty. i hope the birds can eat those berries if they need to. :)

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  2. too pretty for puns!

    ALOHA from Honolulu
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  3. weather is as changeable as some people's minds...lol!

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  4. What lush berries!
    My weather was just the opposite - snow then sunshine. :)

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  5. So beautiful!! Love the colors! We're just having rain and amazingly mild temps for February???? Strange world today!

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  6. Yes, the weather sure has been a roller coaster ride this year.

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  7. We had a holly "bush" in our backyard that was about 20 feet high. Totally out of control. We had to cut it down. I think the birds miss it.

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  8. Beautiful holly viewing. The weather here in central Jutland (DK) is soon thaw / freeze soon, yet the soil is white. Wish you a good Sunday :) Hanne Bente

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  9. That is amazing how the weather changes so. The holly pics are wonderful
    Thanks
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  10. Sounds like a typical winter day. The holly berries are gorgeous. I am surprised that a mockingbird hasn't moved in to gobble them up.

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  11. I love the crisp natural shot.
    We have hot weather although it gets cooler at night ;-)

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  12. the reds are so pretty between the green leaves.

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  13. I love those bushes. Glad you enjoyed a little respite from the snow, before the new fall. Stay warm.

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  14. That's like Colorado weather (we have kids who live there). I think I'd be (even more) crazy if I lived there...never knowing what to expect. The weather has always been changeable there, but it's not supposed to be like that where you are!!

    The holly is (or at least was) beautiful.

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  15. Holly berries are like little messages to hold on, this isn't going to last forever.

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  16. Those bright berries are wonderful Sandy. Stay warm :)

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  17. Lovely picture!
    The weather in Bangalore too is unpredictable.

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  18. det är en fin buske. hos oss finns den mycket till jul i dekorationer.
    Ha en fin torsdag
    Kram Meta

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