Today's Flowers: Ferns and More Ferns

These ferns stretched out in the dappled light of early autumn back in Bethelehem a week or so ago.  I have always loved ferns.  They are so cool and fresh, and they smell peppery and lovely.  Maeve was pretty impressed by these specimens.  They offered her a whole encyclopedia's worth of information about her new neighbors in these words.

Today's Flowers

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  1. Seems like BOTH of you found many gems here!


    ALOHA from Honolulu
    ComfortSpiral
    =^..^= . <3

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  2. They look beautiful. Here the poor ferns are drying up we are in our fall drought. Praying for rain here.

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  3. totally jealous. don't get them here in too hot/too dry texas.

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  4. I do love the ferns and these are so beautiful!! We do have them here in the northwest, just don't have any where I live right now. Wonderful capture for the day! Thanks for sharing the beauty, Sandy! Hope you have a great new week!!

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  5. We actually have them in Arizona--believe it or not Sandy. But more plentiful in the Midwest.

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  6. I like the highlights in the shot.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  7. I love cool ferns but they don't grow in hot desert climes...

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  8. Maeve had a new world to discover. I love ferns too; have still not gotten over my surprise that we found them in Florida. (Our first time there, I thought it would be all sand and palm trees, but there is a lot of jungly vines and ferns too and I love that about it.) Was used to the nice ferns here in rainy Oregon, but never tire of them here or there or in your pictures!

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  9. They are lush and exciting plants!

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