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Monday, June 7, 2010

Taking Georgia O'Keefe's advice, I looked deep inside this poppy and found the most beautiful shade of purple! And to think this little 'crepe paper 'beauty was in a flower bed at a rest area on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. I'm sure there's a message in there somewhere. . . see more here.

8 comments:

inlandempiregirl said...

What a lovely photo. I am finally done with my year of National Board Certification so I have time to again visit blogs. I have read yours many times from afar, but look forward to returning again more regularly.

i beati said...

Gorgeous and so rare a color..sandy

jabblog said...

'Crepe paper beauty' describes the poppy so well. This is a beauty but the ones that really lift my heart are the common field poppies, making a resurgence now that farmers are more aware of the importance of a balanced ecosystem.

Daryl said...

Fantastic ... for a moment I thought it was an anemone

Donna said...

Good Lord, How pretty...You just never know What you're going to find...
hughugs

Colette said...

Auntie Mary Ann, I love you!

Leora said...

I would like to think that Georgia O'Keefe would have enjoyed this post very much.

SandyCarlson said...

I am glad you took that fine lady's advice and made that discovery. Thanks for sharing a super photo.