Purple and yellow together is so pretty! Love the dew on them!
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We have had constant rain for several days. Good for drought conditions, but I need a break so I can do a little work outside. 🙂
Words not needed. Just beautiful to look at.
Beautiful, Judy, but I understand about needing to get things done outside. I have things to do here, although not nearly on your scale, but there’s rain in the forecast today and for some days coming. We’ll see what happens.
Hope your weather clears a little too. I don’t mind getting dirty but dripping wet and covered with mud pushes the limit sometimes. 🙂
These pretty faces inspired your MG sale aprons, right? 🙂
Yes, they did. I know they only last until the heat hits, but I sure do enjoy their visit. 🙂 We ran the pellet stove over the weekend, and the heat is on today, so they may be here for an extended stay. 🙂
You can’t go wrong with raindrops on pansies!
Oh How I love Pansies! I might have some when I get to the Lake House in less then a month!
Lake House? Heaven? Sounds like two interchangeable terms. 🙂
These are beautiful!!
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Great captures, Judy. I love to see drops on leaves and flowers!
Just simply beautiful!
My favourite spring flower 😊💜💛💚
Purple and yellow together is so beautiful! Adore the dew on them!..
Your pansies are just beautiful!
Nicely alliterative, and the photos make me want to wash my face. I swear I can smell that spring air clear over here.
The triple arrangement of the purple, white variegated pattern and yellow pansies was gorgeous, Judy. I would love it as a blog header or at the top of a pad of stationery. 🙂
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