Too good to resist

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I try not to post random flowers because I want this blog to be useful and because I am never sure how good the images look when posted and it seems a bit daft to just post images that won’t look as good as I hope. But this peony looked so wonderful when I got back from shopping after work that I just had to get the camera out and take some photos immediately while the milk was getting warm in the bag. It is ‘Coral Sunset’ which I did post about last year but I hope these photos do it better justice.

Hidden treasure

Hidden treasure

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young and old

young and old

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One Comment on “Too good to resist”

  1. Meriel
    June 4, 2016 at 3:34 am #

    And why wouldn’t you?

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