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Winter Wonders

comments (1) January 29th, 2013 in gallery
kady7890 kady7890, member
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Amyrillis is my favorite winter flower the rich color set against the snow covered camilias and the blue gazing ball were to hard to resist taking a photo
Stained Glass, in nature
Golden Finch in the Dogwood thinking of the berries hell eat in the spring. Our backyard is designed and planted for food and shelter for our feathered friends
Amyrillis is my favorite winter flower the rich color set against the snow covered camilias and the blue gazing ball were to hard to resist taking a photo Click the image to enlarge.

Amyrillis is my favorite winter flower the rich color set against the snow covered camilia's and the blue gazing ball were to hard to resist taking a photo

Photo: K dana

Our backyard is planted for the enjoyment of the birds, plants with berries or leaves for cover. We try to have something for our feathered friends through out the year. Last year I had eight diffrent species nesting in diffrent areas of the backyard. The camilia's and cherry being some of there favorite nesting spots.



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Comments (1)

artemis1 writes: Thanks for sharing, it's a great colour very rich indeed. Posted: 12:44 pm on January 31st
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