Tell me a story: November 2015

The other day I walked outside and I thought to myself truly Florida does have snow, it just comes in a different form.  The lawns are covered with tiny white flowers.

My version of snow in Florida. Made up of tiny little white flowers which are weeds.

My version of snow in Florida. Made up of tiny little white flowers which are weeds.

Either side of us the properties look like this.  They are out in abundance and apparently prolific.  White like flakes of snow little the grass.

Today I went outside with my macro lens and just looked around our garden.  We have weeds.  Not as prolific as the white snow but smatterings in the form of variety.  Weeds are weeds and most people do not want them in their gardens.  I only the other hand get down on the grass and up close to the tiny buds that hang around our garden.  Of course it is my fault that we have weeds.  If I did not feed the ducks, they would not pass on the seed, which encourages the weeds…you know they cycle….

Here are a few that I captured today.  Weeds can be beautiful even if they are annoying in the garden.

Weeds can be beautiful.

Weeds can be beautiful.

Weeds can be beautiful.

Weeds can be beautiful.

Weeds can be beautiful.

Weeds can be beautiful.

Weeds can be beautiful.

Weeds can be beautiful.

Weeds can be beautiful.

Weeds can be beautiful.

 

Weeds can be beautiful.

Weeds can be beautiful.

Weeds can be beautiful.

Weeds can be beautiful.

Thank you for joining me for this month’s Tell me a Story.  This is a circle blog.  Please take time to visit my friend LUPJi Photography / North Virginia Photographer and see what he has for you this month.  Keep following the circle to see what the other photographers have shared this month.  Leave a little love on their page as well.

If you are interested in seeing more of my photography take a look at my Facebook page or my Flickr Page.

2 Comments on “Tell me a story: November 2015

  1. I too love our South Florida “snow,” Sharleen. Seeing lawns across the neighborhood suddenly bloom this time of year is always nice. I love your shot of that little blue flower. It almost looks like an orchid. Great post!

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