It’s The Yellow Rose of…Devon, England

A big thank you to Angie in Devon, England for her yellow rose photos! She happily snaps away at flowers on her ‘walkabouts’ as she calls them….we are blessed to have her photos and to have her share with us.

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Portrait of a rose

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Roses are EVERYWHERE in Devon, England!

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Raindrops on roses🙂

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I love the colors on this one because of the pink around the edges

 

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Pink Roses from Devon, England

These lovely pink roses are truly English roses…..so gorgeous I can almost smell them🙂  These photos were snapped by a friend of mine in Devon, England! She is a true flower lover and is always taking photos of them. My thanks to Angie for these beauties and for the posts here of her flowers that are yet to come!

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Changing Cloud Colors

My friend took these photos in a span of about 10 minutes or so. Not only are they different looking, the color changes remind me of an eclipse. Photos taken with an iPhone in north central Wisconsin

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White

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Gold

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Orange

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The final shot

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Something Wicked This Way Came!

The title of that old novel by Ray Bradbury, ‘Something Wicked This Way Comes’, came to mind when my friend sent me photos of the damage he had from a recent storm. By the grace of God, the one tree limb did not hit the house. Another one down however destroyed part of a huge lilac bush. These iPhone photos, taken by my friend, are in North Central Wisconsin.

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The beginning of ‘Something Wicked This Way Comes’

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What you do NOT want to ever see out of your living room window : wicked has arrived

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This tree limb is about 60 feet long and from the back angle you can see how close it came to hitting the house.

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More of the wickedness that came

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Unbelievably, THIS is the sky a bit after something wicked this way came….and went!