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Foto Finish - Blooming Trees

This was the view while lying beside the pool at The Three Brothers Bungalows in Legian, Bali.  I dont know what the tropical tree is but it provided nice shade. 

I am babysitting my two oldest granddaughters tonight.  Their mother (our daughter) gave birth last night to a gorgeous baby boy called Mason.  Mother and baby are doing really well.  The girls are talking to mother on the phone at the moment.  They cant wait to go home tomorrow and spend time with their new brother.
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Kate said…
Congrats on the new grandson.

Pretty shot. It's still a bit cool to be lying by the side of a pool, but we'll get there soon.
Barbara said…
Congratulations! Lucky you!

That's a gorgeous shot. I want to be there.
Susan said…
Lovely tree, and how nice you could be there to photograph it!
Jackie/Jake said…
What a beautiful shot of that tree.

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