Still Learning To See

Glory in the morning and afternoon

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No matter the variety and no matter the time of day, Morning Glories are just that: glorious! The Heavenly Blue variety is blooming like crazy this week and no frost in sight.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Even in death, the blooms are fascinating…

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And the newly formed seed pods as well…

 

jrs-3687When the flowers take a break, the leaves carry on in their own glorious ways…

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This entry was published on October 6, 2016 at 8:14 pm. It’s filed under Flowers, Garden, John Snell, John Snell Photographer, Vermont and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

6 thoughts on “Glory in the morning and afternoon

  1. The leaf in that last picture is breathtaking–all those intricate connections and then that one wee tear at the very bottom. Your closeups are magical–thanks so much.

  2. Kelley Taft on said:

    Hi John,

    You really have a gift for seeing the whole thing, seeing the beauty of it all. I guess that’s one of the benefits of being in a place of “still learning to see”, you are aware, curious, mindful.

    With thanks,

    Kelley

    On Thu, Oct 6, 2016 at 8:14 PM, Still Learning To See wrote:

    > John Snell posted: ” No matter the variety and no matter the time of day, > Morning Glories are just that: glorious! The Heavenly Blue variety is > blooming like crazy this week and no frost in sight. Even in ” >

  3. It is always a process! Some mornings I’m amazed that I have failed to look up from this darned screen to see some friggin’ miraculous thing happening right out side the window. You know!

  4. Martha Snell on said:

    The spectacular nature of nature, specifically glorious. You captured it again dear brother.

  5. very beautiful gallery. I love this flower and have seen lots of them in Greece some weeks ago. They always look as if they had a little light inside, very cute

  6. Dale Dailey on said:

    A beautiful example of taking the time to enjoy the beauty around us.

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