Last week’s post for Macro Monday 2 were spring 2010 buds of a flowering bush in my back yard. This week’s contribution is the same cluster after it opened.
I had some fun with this picture for a thank you card for a group of friends.
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The day started sunny and muggy here in central Texas. By mid afternoon a sizable little storm blew into the area. The cool front meeting the moist gulf air has created a drive time mess. Rain on streets that have not had enough rain to get the grime off creating a slick situation. Hail stones are falling east of us some the size of golf balls. The good news is the temperture has dropped about 10 degrees in just a few minutes.
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Thursday Challenge is communication. “Telephone wires, Talking, Body Language, Sign Language,Signs,…” were catalyst suggestions from Dale, the moderator of the site. Here are a few snaps I have made of communication.
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Spiraea cantoniensis ‘Lanceolata’, spring 2010
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Late evening sky with tree beginning to leaf. See other skies at Sky Watch Friday.
A view of Lake Louise and the Fairmont Chateau from Fairview Mountain, June 8, 2008. All the canoes were heading back to cover as a spring shower was approaching.
Mt. Richardson, Mt. Catarack and Mt. Redoubt are a few of the peaks in the background. All of the view is of the Banff National Park of Canada.
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