Friday, March 7, 2014

Sunrise over my backyard



I am with my friend, Lori from Skoog Farm Journal, to protest against the continuing winter weather in their area. She is posting a flower every day until the snow goes away. She invited any and all to join her, so...
A blue pond lily in the African bush


...even though I live in an African country with year-round summery conditions, I'm linking to her blog here, to show my solidarity! 

I'm linking my complete post today to Skywatch Friday which you can access here

15 comments:

  1. Beautiful sunrise. Unfortunately I have no flowers to post. It is still winter here although I believe we are finally at the end of it. Spring is in the air. Have a wonderful weekend. Hugs. xx

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  2. Thanks Jo! That flower is a real beauty! Tomorrow we may hit 40 degrees. Let the melting begin....

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  3. beautiful captures... the sunrise looks lovely

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  4. A great contribution to SWF!

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  5. Great colours in your sunrise, lovely shot. The lily is great - very delicate looking.

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  6. What a beautiful pink sky !!

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  7. ...and the lily is gorgeous. As is the backyard sunset.

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  8. JO, a lovely sunrise and a beautiful start to your day! The flower is beautiful, I am hoping winter goes away too. Have a happy weekend!

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  9. Two woonderfull fotos,first i thing a papayer in achergrond?

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  10. Cute idea... I recently posted some flowers on Facebook--wishing for SPRING...

    We are having a nice week--with a warm-up, but they say it will get cold again next week. I'm not sure that winter is over for us! Oh Well....

    Love your sunrise.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  11. Beautiful pics but I want that "snow" in our dry area. :) But I know, it has been a harsh winter for some. Be strong sister.

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  12. Love your lily and the sunrise. We are lucky living in warm climatic zones.

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  13. Beautiful images. Here where I live the temps have warmed up today and snow has been melting of the roof steadily. Still the ground is covered by at least a foot if not more. Sigh.

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