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Sunday, April 3, 2011

365 Days Of Pictures ~Day 39


Pansies just make you think Spring.
You just want to dance around these bright and colorful flowers.
They sing the Lords beauty and grace.
A hardy little flower with strength and beauty.
They almost appear to be laughing in the sunshine.
The richness and hardness of these flowers ring in beauty all Spring and Summer long.
Holding out till the first freeze of Fall.
Some even last a few freezes as they are so hardy.
One of my favorites as they dance in the sun light.
I had planted some in my pots on my patio.
They so dearly need some tender loving care.
They are still green and strong in color and strength.
Without the blooms.
So some cleaning they will get! So they can be bright and shiny in the Spring sunshine.
These pansies are at the facility that I have my salon at. I took lots of pictures of the beautiful out door sitting area with all the blooming flowers.
Many colorful pansies. So I'm sure I will be sharing more of these beauties with you.

Pansies Happiness



NIV
Isaiah 40:6
A voice ways, "Cry out." And I said, "What shall I cry?" "All men are like the grass, and all their glory is like the flowers of the  field."

Do you have a favorite colored Pansie?


Socrates Is Downstairs


3 comments:

Erin Wallace said...

I love pansies! Their little faces make me smile.

Thisisme. said...

Beautiful photo and what a lovely purple colour. You know how much I love pansies from photos that I have posted before and, at the moment, my tubs in the garden are full of them!

Madeleine Begun Kane said...

Lovely photo and verse!