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Spring For Foto Finish

 



This is a collage of flowers in my garden last spring. As we are just coming into autumn it will be about six months before I see these beauties again.
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I love your collage, what a great idea! I live in a rowhouse, so I don't have a garden, just an azalea bush which hasn't bloomed yet.

Great interpretation.

Linda
Barbara said…
Beautiful flowers, Maree. Some of my favorites. My daffodils are just now heading up.
Kate said…
Very pretty. Love the collage. I'm also admiring your new header, vey cool.
quiltzyx said…
What a great Spring collage! Love those daffodils especially. :D
Anonymous said…
They're very pretty. Even though spring begins here this week, my garden isn't in bloom yet. I did get some daffodils out at my mom's house though!! Thanks for sharing your lovely flowers!!

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