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Beautiful…your my neighbor on the photo challenge board. I always like to take a look at all the images and posts that surround me on the board. Your post is a great launching pad today. Blessings.
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Wow! Now here’s a color we’re not seeing much of lately! The corn looks yummy!
POW! Thanks, I needed that! !
I see you also chose sunflowers. It is my first thought when I see Yellow! I do love your pretty background picture as well. I am a bit of winter person stuck in a tropical climate!!
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I’m not quite sure where you are in that tropical climate but I’d be more than willing to do a little trade off with you anytime you need a dose of cold, white, wintery weather. 🙂
Australia is where I am located. And not in the very small piece of high country that actually gets some of that white stuff, ( if they are lucky) for a few weeks in July August. I am in the north, so it is sub-tropical/tropical…. very hot and humid atm, so I am hoping it ends up your way. With climate change, it may even do just that!!! 🙂
Your yellows are bright and beautiful especially compared to the landscape you have now. I sure would love some of that corn on the cob!
oh HELLO SUMMER…forgot all about you ! 🙂
Beautiful yellows 🙂
That afghan is beautiful!!! I love the rich jewel tone colors of it.
happy holidaze to ya dat corn lewks scrumptiously deliscious 🙂 😎
Sounds like you are having a wonderful holiday season. Best wishes to you!
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