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May 17, 2009


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Your tulips are gorgeous! Ours are making way for the Lupines in the back and the Columbines in the front. They do go so quickly. Can't wait to see your upcoming tutorial...

Quince & Quire

I love the way the close-ups look like paintings. So lovely.


Dew on the Tulip by Raymond A. Foss
Perfect droplets
cling to the purple skin
the liquid flesh
of the tulip bloom
holding on, for moments more
before the melting away
in the May sunshine
waiting for my camera
my posing, posturing
holding still for the shot
ready to complete the cycle
from the cloud to the earth
and back again
in the warming
of the morning

Lovely photos Margie.

Can't wait for the fish.
Wonder if I will really make
a fish, or a net.
Loads of love to you and your
wonderful house.

michele (maryland)

Margie: we were up to Toronto for my son's first gallery photography opening this weekend. It was so wonderful to have a second "spring" this year.
Your photos are so beautiful.
Spring is truely an amazing season!


a crocheted rockfish tutorial??!! yes please!


what pretty tulips you're having, Margie ! I'm also looking forward to see your tutorials, even though I can't crochet. That's very kind of you to share this with us all. xoxo

andrea gutierrez

that yellow rock is so sweet...

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I really like the flower and seriously...they do have amazing smells....:)

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