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...and After the Rain Came

After Bud and I went to lunch at Jason's Deli, returning home in the rain, the aftermath of the drenching dictated to me that I go out in the yard with my cellphone camera primed, and get the raindrops on flowers. That 'raindrops on flowers' makes me feel like singing along with Julie Andrews on a bit of my favorite things...

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  1. I love seeing raindrops on flowers and leaves. I often go out after it's been raining to take pictures.

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  2. We might have rain on the way. I am not amused! Give me a good snow storm any day in January!

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    1. I'll enjoy the snow ... but only thru the window (or better yet, in photos)

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  3. Hello,

    Lovely blooms and captures. I think we may get rain all day tomorrow. Enjoy your day, have a great weekend!

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  4. So pretty! I love hibiscus flowers. We got plenty of rain yesterday and more to come today. :-)

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    1. I like 'em too. I have often thought of planting more.

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  5. Perked me up... OH! You made my day! These are WONDERFUL! Color and form and nature are the force.

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    1. It's pretty with all the green right now. Come summer they don't bloom much from excessive heat.

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  6. Absolutely beyond words!!!! Just beautiful doesn't do justice to your photos! Thank you and needed this post today as it is gray and gloomy today! Have a wonderful weekend!

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    1. We had mild temps & sun today...yay!

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  7. Wonderful shots. Like you and Julie, I love raindrops on flowers as much as whiskers on kittens.

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    1. There's something about raindrops & the sparkle.

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  8. the flowers are wonderful even with no droplets, with droplets they are gorgeous. we need rain drops now, we are back in the no rain for a couple of months now, our flowers are not doing well. our yard is pure sand and leaves, the bushes are dry and ugly... bring on the beauty with your camera

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    1. Too bad the rains/moisture can't be an all over the country happening.

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  9. Just glorious! I like going out after it rains, too. The garden Center is a good stop. You found some beauties, all glimmering.

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    1. The dirt has settled, the fresh scent...it's a good thing.

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  10. The one word that came to my mind quickly was "PERFECTION". Each one of these is perfect.

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  11. Those are truly gorgeous Anni, so special to see, and love the ones with the rain on them. If it's the same place as we go to, we have a Jason's Deli 15 minutes away. We were there last week. I love their Plain Jane :)

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  12. Oooh! Flowers after the rain are so pretty. Great photos!

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