We are back outside in the summer again as I feel sufficiently recovered from my funk to again appreciate these natural beauties. The trouble with being anything more than about 1 or 2 feet in height is that we are so far from the ground. That’s a good thing in many ways, but it can also make it harder for us to really see low growing flowers and plants (and even the insects that populate them). As they are so far beneath us (physically, of course) we have to really get down on our hands and knees to admire all the little intricacies in their world. The leaves and fine tendrils behind these flowers make such a beautiful backdrop for the clover blooms that we know are filled with a delicious nectar that we have all tasted since childhood (when we were about 2 feet from the ground). If I shut my eyes I can almost taste the delicate sweetness. I hope you might have at least a little sweetness in your day, somehow, everyone. Flower a Day #517 View all posts on the Home page.
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