Sunshine’s Macro Monday #85

Sadly my attempt to grow spring bulbs wasn’t particularly successful. I wasn’t wholly to blame as the local rooks/ravens/big black birds took great delight in digging them up and, in some cases, making off with them. So much for my neatly arranged, colour coordinated planters.

Here are the dying remnants.

Sunshine’s Macro Monday Challenge is hosted by Irene a formidable photographer who encourages us to scrutinise the smallest of details by getting up close and personal and bringing someone or something to life in a photograph. It’s a one day challenge without prompts. Feel free to join in and brighten everyone’s Monday.

24 Comments on “Sunshine’s Macro Monday #85

  1. 💜 Control Freak; rhymes and reasons for EVERYTHING!!! 😂🤣😅😆😁😄😃😀🙂 🙃

    …💛💚💙…

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  2. There’s something very poignant about those photos. Is the middle one a hyacinth? We planted a zillion hyacinth and crocus bulbs the previous autumn—backbreaking work in our rocky soil— and got maybe three pathetic little plants. But the daffodils in the back yard bring me joy ever day. My sympathies…

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    • Yes, it was a hyacinth. I only planted those, tulips, crocuses and grape hyacinths. Maybe have to rethink next year’s planting.

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  3. Sheree I am sorry those birds ruined such a stunning beautiful garden of flowers to brighten up your life and the life of your neighborhood. I love flowers Sheree. God will bells you with his natural garden. Just ask and then go pick the ones you can grow again today. I wishing more success with this endeavor Sheree- View from the Back Your friend James A. Best

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