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No Puppies, How about Poppies

Posted by eric_wa (ejellison@rockisland.com) on
Fri, Jun 27, 08 at 22:47

Learning the new camera

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Eric


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RE: No Puppies, How about Poppies

Hey I got one those maroon/purplish ones in mine this yr, 1st time...Thats cool...Love the Cali ones, too.
You garden is filling out nicely! Is this is the one you just put in a few yrs ago?

juanita


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RE: No Puppies, How about Poppies

Juanita,

Thank you and Yes.

Here's the before photo and current.

June 30 2007
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June 27 2008
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This is a little dark, but I like the sunny high lights.

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I'll take another current shot tomorrow.

Eric


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RE: No Puppies, How about Poppies

Well, I'd rather see puppies, but I love the poppies!


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Breathtaking! I'm going to have to try more varieties of poppies. I have loads of CA. poppies, of course. ; ) But those purple ones are pulling at my heart strings!

Diana


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RE: No Puppies, How about Poppies

Hello Eric,...very nice!.. I'm glad to see you back here,
I love poppies, but my Honeybees love them more!
How are your neighbours bees doing ??
Konrad
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RE: No Puppies, How about Poppies

Beautiful, Konrad and Eric!
JoanMN


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RE: No Puppies, How about Poppies

Thanks Everyone,

Konrad, it's nice to have a camera again.

My neighbor started with two hives this spring and now has six. He had four sworms in about a two week period. It was kind of funny watching Brian scramble for hive parts. He offered me the next sworm, a saving of about 125.00, but I'm not ready for bees. Maybe next spring.

Eric


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