Flowers have been on my mind a lot lately. In the high country of Colorado I have to wait about a month after everyone else for my flower fix. My perennial garden is only half cleaned of last years spent blossoms and the "yard" needs raked of twigs and pine cones before the hardy little bluebells come up. But I am encouraged! The wild bee balm I planted last fall is sprouting and the Canadian choke cherry is starting to bud. Spring will come. And if we get lots of rain to make up for our dry winter it can even last through June. Better get my rain dance boogie boots on. Hope you like my newest fine art photograph, Sunset Geranium.
The delicate sunlit pink blossoms of a geranium light up in sunset colors of tangerine, fuchsia, and orange.
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