Surviving

“A weed is a plant that has mastered every survival skill except for learning how to grow in rows.” ~Doug Larson

A side note to my regular visitors….I will be away for approximately a week. It will be difficult for me to visit and comment on your blogs and nearly impossible for me to update my blog! I will look forward to catching back up with everyone upon my return.  As always, thanks for your visits!

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8 Responses to Surviving

  1. Jen says:

    I going to say it again…you’re an amazing photographer.

    You’ve made a weed look magical!

    I’ll miss you and your comments on my blog while you’re away. I always look forward to them and I look forward to your return! 🙂

  2. Mike Palmer says:

    Fantastic Job Sue – I have a weed shot from my trip, but I do not think its up to par now = ) Safe travels

  3. JulieM says:

    What a perfect image of the ubiquitous Queen Anne’s Lace. Well done…

    I look forward to your return. Enjoy your time away…

  4. susanne49 says:

    This is a excellent shot, Sue. I love it!
    Come back soon…. with a lot of new great photos 🙂

  5. Beau Dodson says:

    Hi Sue

    Sorry I have been out of touch lately. Things have calmed down a bit. Perhaps we can find time for lunch when you return! Just let me know.

    🙂

    Hope you and Jack are well.

    Beau

  6. Marcie says:

    Love the simplicity and the detail. As weeds go..these are beautiful ones.

  7. Lisa says:

    Very nice indeed, love the tones.

  8. Anita Bower says:

    Nice job on this image! My meadow is full of these.

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