Baked to Perfection!

The photos were baked and came out to perfection!.  Photos available at

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Photos of the Weekend

Delicious looking photos from last week.   Lots of flowers that add beautiful depths of colors to them.   They are available at

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Photo Challenge: Week 6

Choose your favorite photos of the week.  Enjoy them!  Photos available at

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Madness of Daylilies!

Before these flowers started blooming last week of June, I promised myself I would be taking a lot of photos of these guys.  Enjoy them everyone!  Photos available at

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Catch The Pink Flower If You Can

The bridges are made to the gate of the garden.  Grab that pink flower to smell it!  Photos available at

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Photos of the Weekend

Mostly flower photos, but they make a nice mixture of color and detail to images.  These photos are available at


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Photos of the Weekend

Enjoy these good looking photos of the weekend.  The first photo especially that is the edible wild plant wood sorrel, which has a tasty lemony side.  These photos are available for purchase at  Enjoy!

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Photos of the Week!

Enjoy the photos of the week! They are available for purchase at

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Flowers Flower and More Flowers!

I have no idea what this flower is, but I love looking at it.  I found this in the community garden by where I live.  There are tons of these guys around.  The beauty about this flower is the colorful white petals and the yellow center part where bees can land and suck the nectar from.  These photos are available for purchase at  You can also purchase my first photo book for $6.98 in PDF format at Enjoy!


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Community Garden by Me

The first plant is what I call triple heart clover or wood sorrel. An edible plant that is very tasty and lemony.  I could safely say one of the best tasting wild edibles you could find. This plant is grown all over on lawns, woodland sides, parks, etc.  You can infuse it in sandwiches, but I prefer to use it as a garnish (just eat it raw) in order to preserve the nutrients and  the strong lemony flavor.  The second and third photo I believe is an Iris.  Correct me if I am wrong.  The photos are available for purchase at  You can also purchase my first photo book for $6.98 in PDF format at  Enjoy the morning everyone with some good ole photos!


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