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Thursday, September 08, 2005

White hosta flowers

For some reason, these flowers made me think of the hurricane victims, so I dedicate these photos to them.

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I like the way this one looks as though it's reaching; being in the shade gives it a subdued look.

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At a time when the nights are getting cool, the apples are falling from the trees, the pumpkins are ripening in the fields, and the sunflower heads are bowing with the weight of seeds, I am cheered by these late-season hostas. Their lush foliage is still strong and green; their flower spikes laden with delicate yet splendid pure-white flowers that exude a rich, honeysuckle-like scent.


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