PRETTY WHITE BLOSSOMS ON A CRAB APPLE TREE.
I LOVE PRETTY FLOWERS. I’M PRETTY SURE I COULD SPEND AN ENTIRE DAY AT A BOTANICAL GARDEN AND SNAP THOUSANDS OF PICTURES OF ALL THE GORGEOUS FLOWERS. ABOUT THE PICTURE: I THINK THESE ARE TULIPS IN MY SISTER’S FRONT YARD.
A BEAUTIFUL WHITE TULIP IN MY SISTER’S GARDEN. SOMETIMES MY PHOTOGRAPHY AND EDITING SKILLS AMAZE ME BECAUSE I LIKE HOW THIS PICTURE TURNED OUT.
I LOVE TAKING PICTURES OF PRETTY PRETTY FLOWERS.
I MESSED AROUND WITH SOME OF THE FILTER FEATURES DURING THE EDITING PROCESS. I LIKE HOW THE PHOTO TURNED OUT.
I ABSOLUTELY LOVE HOW THE FLOWER JUST STANDS OUT FROM THE BACKGROUND OF LEAVES AND STEMS.
ANYONE KNOW THE NAME OF THIS FLOWER? I LOVE THE WHITE CENTER AND PINK BORDER.
IS THIS A PANSY? MAYBE I SHOULD HAVE QUICKLY GLANCED AT THE FLOWER TAG.
A PALE PINK ROSE … I THINK. I’M 80% SURE.
WAIT … THIS IS A WHITE ROSE. SO, I GUESS I DON’T KNOW WHAT THE FLOWER IS IN THE ABOVE PICTURE. POOP.
LOOK! LOOK! LOOK AT THE START OF MY BEAUTIFUL SUNFLOWER! SO PRETTY!
Charlie asked me what my plan was once the sunflowers bloom. With my record of killing flowers, I had not thought that far ahead. I’ll ask Krissy or Dad if they want some pretty flowers somewhere in their yards.
LOOK AT ALL THE GREEN! ISN’T IT PRETTY?
With careful watering and plenty of sunshine, I hope to see some flowers bloom. My 2013 little flower produced one green stem, but it never bloomed. This time around, I hope to see some pretty colors.