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The wonders of mother nature (PART 5) | Take a Quick Break

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California Poppy (Eschscholzia californica)  saw these all over S. Cali - gorgeous!!  (more poppies growing in the thermal valley of the warm Meandering Stream on the Isle of Capricorn)

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Simple Pleasures...all in Bokeh

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The goodness of a bluebell forest. How beautiful the Mother Nature dresses.

Reasons Four Loving Seasons

*Doing my best to capture the wonderment and beauty of each season and holiday. Est. Nov. 15, 2011 * THIS IS MY SECONDARY BLOG! When I follow you it's under exquisite-serenity.

J'aime ce moment précis de l'année ou prenant la place des primevères, les clochettes s'étendent à profusion dans les sous-bois. Belles balades, beaux bouquets champêtres et retour serein maison

Simple Pleasures...all in Bokeh

J'aime ce moment précis de l'année ou prenant la place des primevères, les clochettes s'étendent à profusion dans les sous-bois. Belles balades, beaux bouquets champêtres et retour serein maison

Alpine Globeflower (Trollius Europaeus ) meadows at 6000ft ( 2500Mts) with the Eiger behind. First, Grindelwald, Bernese alps

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Alpine Globeflower (Trollius Europaeus ) meadows at 6000ft ( 2500Mts) with the Eiger behind. First, Grindelwald, Bernese alps