ancients cling to life
long enough to kiss the babes
Happy New Year!
Happy New Year, Julie!
Beautiful image, Julie, and haiku.
Happy New Year!
She’s back! Happy New Year! Looking forward to starting 2010 with good friends!
Gorgeous! I have missed your daily pictures and haiku! Hope you had a happy Christmas, and that 2010 is a joyous one for you as you get ready to welcome the new baby.
What plant is this? It would make a lovely Christmas card…
Thanks, Retriever! We had a great Christmas, very fun and relaxing. I’ve been following your posts, but didn’t have much time for commenting; I hope your was good, too.
I’ve no idea what type of plant this is, it’s one of the ones from when I went on my walk a few weeks back. It seemed a good photo for the transition. Perhaps Walt knows what it is – he has an uncanny knack for identifying plants.
Happy New Year, and all good things to you!
Julie, A welcome greeting your photoku is on this New Years morn! Twenty Ten is pregnant with potential for us all. May we ring out the false and ring in the true!!!
Fortunate blessings to all Raccoons!
Why, certainly. Of course. Piece. of. Cake.
That’s an Arizonian Mystery Plant.
Sorry, but I’ve not seen that one before….
Our best wishes to you guys!
See, I knew I could count on you, Walt 😉
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