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Wednesday, October 3, 2018

MORNING GLORY







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When I came back home after about three months absence, these perennials were in a pitiable condition.  Dry and withered they looked. I got them snipped completely from above the soil.  On the third day, I witnessed a wonderful scene when I went out first thing in the morning. There was a profuse upsurge of the stems with tiny buds on top. And the next day this morning glory opened up in full strength spreading its magic all around. Nature surely cast its spell with the flowering white beauties!


Early morning when they're in the process of opening up their petals in response to the sun!



This and below pics taken with different angles!








The white rose bush was growing in our complex in the hills. The rose stood neat, erect and serene!




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16 comments:

  1. The tiny flowers are so cute and how wonderful that they bounded back so quickly. The white rose is just gorgeous, too!

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  2. Going through a rough patch in life! Looking at those images in the morning really made my day!

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  3. It is amazing how nature can re-generate itself with just a little help! Lovely photos, and the rose is a stunner!

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  4. Marvelous :) Great pics. Glad the Morning Glory retained its glory thanks to you!
    M for Mexican, Mocktails, Mall...& much more :)- Anita

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  5. wow, nature leads herself.. 3 months away, hope the reason for it was a fun one

    Have a splendid, ♥-warming ABC-Wednes-day / -week
    ♫ M e l d y ♪ (ABC-W-team)
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  6. Wow! That’s lovely bed of blooms and should be a pleasant surprise to see them rise up all together.

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  7. Absolutely beautiful flowers. That would be nice to see them all bloom at once. :)

    Peabea from Peabea Scribbles

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  8. Pity that we don't learn from mother Nature and cling to grief:(
    I can see you smiling with your treasure Uppal ma'am:):)

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  9. Theylive up to their name. So pretty! Have a great week!

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