The Morning Glory

Think of this: the morning glory has been blossoming for so long without permission that in some gardens it is no longer censored. What does that tell you?

Anne Pitkin

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6 Responses to The Morning Glory

  1. Marcie says:

    The quote made me laugh…and what exquisite color and detail. Love how you framed this one!

  2. David Martin says:

    I would not even think of censoring this flower, such a classy look. There is not censoring of morning glory clouds either, here is a link…

  3. Piercingly beautiful!!!

  4. Beau Dodson says:

    I have a vine of them by my generator. I just let them grow 🙂

  5. Anne Pitkin says:

    Glorious photo and video!

  6. Anne Pitkin says:

    Glorious photo and video.

    Small world–or endless cyberspace–I am the author of that quote from the poem Blue Morning Glory. I’m a bit late, but thanks for using it. Obviously, I love morning glories too, and I cannot grow them here. The white Jimson Weed, yes, but not those heavenly ones.

    Anne Pitkin

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